AAHC Spotlight on Academic Health CenterS Response to Climate Change

Academic health centers are playing an influential role in reducing the environmental impact of the health sector by implementing critical climate solutions at their institutions while strengthening sustainability.

AAHC Spotlight features academic health centers around the globe responding to climate change.


AAHC & AAHCI MEMBERS RESPOND TO CLIMATE CHANGE

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AAHC Members Respond to Climate Change Issue 1

University of Utah Health Sciences Center, University of Nebraska Medical Center, University of Illinois Chicago, Augusta University

AAHCI Members Respond to Climate Change Issue 1

King's College London (United Kingdom), National University of Singapore, University of Philippines Manila, The University of New South Wales (Australia)

AAHC Members Respond to Climate Change Issue 2

University of Southern California, Rosalind Franklin University, University of Central Florida, University of Rochester