There’s so many cool resources out there to learn more about climate change, the UN process and how these all link into health.

Danny, our policy guru, has designed a series of 4 web modules about UN negotiations – the history, elucidating the ridiculous numbers of acronyms and going through important issues this year. They’re very visual and very interactive with lots of videos. If you’re interested in learning more we’d really recommend you check it out:


Generally the UK Youth Climate Coalition have some great resources so have a look through their site.

The Climate and Health Council are the leading international organisation in mobilising the health profession against climate change (http://www.climateandhealth.org/)

Here check out The Lancet series on Climate Change and Health: http://www.thelancet.com/series/health-and-climate-change.

http://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/332/7554/DC1 – the BMJ editor’s carbon blog, with information about The Healthcare Carbon Council.

The NHS Sustainability Development Unit (SDU) provides guidance on how to reduce NHS Carbon emissions (http://www.sdu.nhs.uk/). They is a Carbon Reduction Strategy for the NHS (http://www.sdu.nhs.uk/page.php?page_id=94)

The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare (formerly the Campaign for Greener Healthcare) works to improve sustainability in the NHS (http://www.sustainablehealthcare.org.uk). They accept interns to help with their work so if you’re interested please contact: rachel.stancliffe@sustainablehealthcare.org.uk.

The international youth climate movement is incredibly inspiring. Here’s their website:


More exciting resources will follow in the near future.


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