Take Action

New Action Item:

Apply for the Faithful Climate Action Fellowship. “Are you a young Christian or Muslim concerned about the climate crisis? Join us in exploring how our faith traditions can support and guide our climate activism. Young Black, Indigenous, and people of color (18-26) in the Midwest and Southeast are invited to apply for the Faithful Climate Action Fellowship.

New Action Item:

Currently, there are a number of resources and networks available to public health professionals interested in advocating for climate solutions at the state and national level

  • Healthcare Without Harm’s Green Physician Network provides doctors with access to a national network of other physicians advocating on climate policy and resources for greening office operations
  • Sunrise Movement is a movement of young poeple working to “create good jobs and stop climate change in the process”
  • World InnovationSummit on Health (WISH) Report:  “Health in the Climate Crisis: A Guide for Health Leaders”

Our public health partners in the following states are also active on climate advocacy.

If you do not see your state, and would like to start a public health-focused climate advocacy group in your state, resources are available to assist you with the process. For more information, please contact our coalition partner, Dr. Mona Sarfaty, Director of the Program on Climate and Health within the Center for Climate Change Communication at George Mason University: [email protected]

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