A panel of experts discuss the introduction of yellow pea falafel into the Brighan and Women's Hospital kitchen. Yellow peas are a regenerative crop that can help increase plant-based food options and reduce food-related greenhouse gas emissions.
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Dr. Robert Paarlberg discusses the impact that agriculture has on the climate and human health as well as the potential that regenerative and other farming techniques have to improve these impacts.
grand-rounds-6-21-2023. grand-rounds-6-21-2023. This talk will explore the role that human health ‘co-benefits’ can play in decisions about climate mitigation policy. It will discuss the potential for health co-benefits to motivate climate action
grand-rounds-may-17-2023. grand-rounds-may-17-2023. How can we reduce the environmental impact of inhaled treatments whilst simultaneously improving the quality of care that we deliver? These are some key challenges facing physicians managing chronic
Extreme heat and air pollution are each individually responsible for a range of poor health outcomes. Learn more about the potential health effects of heat and air pollution, who is at risk, and some things you can do to lower your risk.
Learn the importance of communicating with individuals, communities, and populations about the public health problem of climate change.
Limiting global warming to 1.5 - 2.0◦ C: A necessary and unique role for health professionals. Limiting global warming to 1.5 - 2.0◦ C: A necessary and unique role for health professionals. Dr. Maibach will make the case that climate change and
Blum Center Program: Climate Change and Health Series – The Mass General Food to Energy Program – Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions
In this session of the Climate Change and Health Series, Barbara Belanger, DNP, RN, CNOR, focuses on the Mass General Food to Energy Program and the link between food waste and greenhouse gas emissions.
2023-3-15-climate-smart-health-care-new. 2023-3-15-climate-smart-health-care-new. Momentum for climate action in the health care sector is increasing rapidly. From national and international policies and commitments to bedside patient care decisions
Blum Center Program: Climate Change and Health Series – The Intersection Between Climate Change and Malnutrition on Health
This talk explores the impact of climate change on food access and nutrition and will discuss individual and policy-focused recommendations to address these intersecting threats to public health.