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Learn about the benefits and challenges in implementing electrified systems into your facilities from Better Plants partners.
Healthcare design engineers and those retrofitting facilities must concentrate on crisis-proofing procedures away from partial load backups to protect patient care from the growing threats to our grid. An ASHE Lunch ‘n Learn program.
Sponsored by The Million Hearts® Climate Change and Cardiovascular Disease Collaborative (CCC), in partnership with the HHS Office of Climate Change and Health Equity (OCCHE), the CDC National Center for Environmental Health, and the Environmental Protection Agency, this session will cover clinical interventions that can help mitigate the effects of extreme heat on patients with cardiovascular disease and how community infrastructure and policy interventions to prepare for extreme hear align with cardiovascular disease risk reduction. Presenters will also identify examples of tools and resources that can aid in interventions to mitigate extreme heat exposure.
Sponsored by the New Hampshire Healthcare Workers for Climate Action.
Join this webinar to learn about how Better Buildings healthcare partners deploy submetering strategies to identify energy savings opportunities.
Sponsored by Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions.
Virtual. Zoom link will be sent one day prior.
In the face of increasing weather-related catastrophes and aging infrastructure, developing and implementing a resilience plan is crucial. Please join us with presenters discussing resilient & sustainable buildings, how to perform a vulnerability assessment and what some communities are already doing.
Sponsored by New Hampshire Healthcare Workers for Climate Action.
The mental health impacts of climate change are profoundly felt by those working in healthcare and beyond. People living in historically underserved communities and people of color feel the effects exponentially and have been leading the environmental justice movement for decades. Pittsburgh, CleanMed 2023’s host city, is no exception. Join to hear from two University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) doctors who are exploring the mental health impacts of climate change on healthcare workers and how practices that underpin sustainability can help sustain individuals, drive change, and build hope in communities. The webinar will feature a 15-minute Q&A.
Part of the CleanMed webinar series.
Climate Conversations: Pathways to Action is a monthly webinar series from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine that aims to convene high-level, cross-cutting, nonpartisan conversations about issues relevant to policy action on climate change.
With continued climate change, elements of the Earth system may reach tipping points of abrupt, dramatic change with irreversible consequences, like the rapid collapse of ice sheets or dieback of the Amazon rainforest. Tipping points also exist in human systems; devastation from extreme weather and major stresses on food, energy, and water could accumulate and tilt society into radically new dynamics such as mass migration or major economic shifts. However, tipping points in human systems can also be positive, and stem from rapidly spreading norms, behaviors, and technologies, such as how battery storage could tip the power sector irreversibly towards renewable energy. Join us for a conversation about the tipping points we are approaching, how to prepare for those we may reach, and how to encourage positive social tipping points for action on climate change.