The Paris Platform for Healthy Energy: Endorsements

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The following health sector organizations and individuals from around the world have endorsed the Paris Platform for Healthy Energy, signifying their commitment to leadership and advocacy for clean, renewable, healthy energy choices in order to protect public health.


44 health organizations active in over 80 countries on every continent have endorsed the Paris Platform for Healthy Energy as of November 30, 2015. These include national public health and medical associations from Australia, Brazil, Canada, India, the Philippines, South Africa, Spain, the UK, the US, and more.

A sample of endorsing organizations:



The lead endorsers of the Platform are Health Care Without Harm, the World Federation of Public Health Associations, the Climate and Health Alliance (Australia), and the Health and Environment Alliance (Europe).

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The Platform is also supported by the World Medical Association and endorsed by its senior leadership. WMA_Logo

All organizational endorsements:

  1. Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments (International)
  2. American Academy of Pediatrics (United States)
  3. American Public Health Association (United States, International)
  4. Asociación Nicaragüense de Salud Pública (ANSAP) (Nicaragua)
  5. Associação Brasileira de Saúde Coletiva (ABRASCO) (Brazil)
  6. Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) (Australia)
  7. Cameroon Public Health Association (Cameroon)
  8. Canadian Public Health Association (Canada)
  9. Center for Climate Change and Health (United States)
  10. CLIMATE 911 (United States)
  11. Climate and Health Alliance (Australia)
  12. Climate for Health (United States)
  13. Danish Society of Public Health (Denmark)
  14. Eco-Accord (Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia)
  15. European Association of Dental Public Health (Europe)
  16. Forum for Human Rights and Public Health-Nepal (Friendship-Nepal) (Nepal)
  17. Global Climate and Health Alliance (International)
  18. Health and Environment Alliance (Europe)
  19. Health Care Climate Council (United States)
  20. Health Care Without Harm (International)
  21. Healthy Kids Association (Australia)
  22. Indian Medical Association – AP Chapter (Andhra Pradesh State, India)
  23. Indian Public Health Association (India)
  24. Irish Doctors’ Environmental Association (IDEA) (Ireland)
  25. Labour, Health and Human Rights Development Centre (Nigeria)
  26. Malta Association of Public Health Medicine (Malta)
  27. National League of Philippine Government Nurses, Inc. (The Philippines)
  28. Njala University Public Health Association, Sierra Leone (Sierra Leone)
  29. One for Nursing Empowerment (The Philippines)
  30. Philippine Association of Medical Technologists (The Philippines)
  31. Philippine Medical Association (The Philippines)
  32. Program on Climate and Health, Center for Climate Change Communication, George Mason University (United States)
  33. Public Health Association of Australia (Australia)
  34. Public Health Association of New Zealand (New Zealand)
  35. Public Health Association of South Africa (South Africa)
  36. Public Health Foundation of Bangladesh (South East Asia)
  37. Public Health Foundation of India (India)
  38. School of Public Health & Family Medicine, University of Cape Town, RSA (South Africa)
  39. Sociedad Española de Sanidad Ambiental (Spain)
  40. Sudanese Public Health Association (Sudan)
  41. UK Faculty of Public Health (United Kingdom)
  42. UP One Earth (The Philippines)
  43. World Federation of Public Health Associations (International)
  44. Young Pharmacists Group-Philippines (The Philippines)


  • Otmar Kloiber, Secretary General, World Medical Association (Germany)
  • Xavier Deau, President, World Medical Association (France)
  • Pan Xiaochuan, Professor of Public Health School, Peking University (China)
  • Peter Orris, Professor, School of Public Health University of Illinois Chicago (United States)
  • Maria Minerva Calimag, President, Philippine Medical Association (The Philippines)
  • Peter Tait, Convenor, Ecology and Environment Special Interest Group, Public Health Association of Australia (Australia)
  • Dr Liz Hanna, President & Fellow, Climate and Heath Alliance & Australian National University (Australia)
  • Roscoe Taylor, Former Chief Health Officer, Tasmania (Australia)
  • Lennert Veerman, Program Director, Master of Public Health, The University of Queensland (Australia)
  • Francois Reeves, Prof of Medecine Interventional cardiologist, Université de Montreal (Canada)
  • Peter Sainsbury (Australia)
  • Rachel Pohl, Pohl Consulting (United States)
  • Roberto Debono, Specialist in Public Health Medicine, Public Health (Malta)
  • Christine Baluci, public health specialist, personal capacity (Malta)
  • Stephanie Xuereb, Consultant Public Health Medicine, Ministry of Health (Malta)
  • Sandra Distefano, Consultant Public Health Medicine, Malta Association of Public Health Medicine (Malta)
  • Jason Attard, Specialist Trainee in Public Health Medicine, MAPHM (Malta)
  • Alvaro Matida, Global Health Consultant, FIOCRUZ (Brazil)
  • Val Kay, PhD candidate, Monash University (Australia)
  • Reineer Pacudan, Medical Student, Asian Medical Student’s Association – Philippines (The Philippines)
  • Rosalie Schultz, student (Australia)
  • Fiona McKay, Lecturer, Deakin University (Australia)
  • Maxine Whittaker, Professor of International and Tropical health, University of Queensland (Australia)
  • Maggie Kirkman, senior research fellow, Monash University (Australia)
  • Julie Woods, Senior Lecturer, Deakin University (Australia)
  • Andrew Waters (Australia)
  • Louise Wilson, Doctoral Candidate, University of Queensland (Australia)
  • Steve Pratt (Australia)
  • Spero Tsindos, Lecturer, Human Nutrition and Public Health, La Trobe University (Australia)
  • Beth Turnbull, Research assistant, Deakin University (Australia)
  • Michael Kolmet, Health Professional (retired), PHAA  (Australia)
  • Luke Sartor, Research assistant, Research School of Population Health, ANU (Australia)
  • Sophie Guy, Research Associate, University of South Australia (Australia)
  • Rufus Clarke, Retired Professor, Various Australian Universities (Australia)
  • Wayne Sanderson, Principal, Reimagine Associates (Australia)
  • Annie Preston-Thomas, Public Health Medical Officer (Australia)
  • Megan Passey, Director of Research, University Centre for Rural Health – North Coast, University of Sydney (Australia)
  • Stuart Kinner, Professor, Griffith University (Australia)
  • Adrian Heard, Retired, Public Health Assoc of Australia  (Australia)
  • Cheryl North, Manager, Yuendumu Women’s Centre (Australia)
  • Kelly Heath, Head of Epidemiology, Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory (Australia)
  • Nicola Palmer, Registered Nurse and Public Health Student (Australia)
  • Glenda Verrinder, Senior Lecturer, La Trobe University (Australia)
  • Lou Hardy, Senior Research Fellow, University of Sydney, Australia (Australia)
  • Faye Lim (Australia)
  • Juliette Mundy (Australia)
  • Kathy Ride, Research Team Leader, Edith Cowan University (Australia)
  • Amanda Devine, Associate Professor, Edith Cowan University (Australia)
  • Jarene Colless, Research Coordinator, University of Wollongong (Australia)
  • Emily O’Connell (Australia)
  • Mearon O’Brien, Health Promotion Project Coordinator (Australia)
  • Joanna Russell, Public Health Lecturer, University of Wollongong (Australia)
  • Jacki Evans (Australia)
  • Jan Ritchie, Associate Professor, University of New South Wales. Australia (Australia)
  • Belinda Giles, Exercise Physiologist, PreEmptiveHealth (Australia)
  • Michael Bentley, Ecology and Environment Special Interest Group Committee Member, Public Health Association of Australia (Australia)
  • Robyn Gillespie, PhD candidate, University of Wollongong, NSW Australia (Australia)
  • Sarah Sheridan, Dr, The University of Queensland (Australia)
  • Robyn Alders, Principal Research Fellow, University of Sydney (Australia)
  • Fiona Stanley, professor, UWA/Uni Melb (Australia)
  • Archie Buthelezi, Lecturer: Environmental Health, Mangosuthu University of Technology (Australia)
  • Helen  Keleher, Professor (Adjunct), Monash University (Australia)
  • Bruce Simmons, Dentist Manager, Northern Territory Dept of Health (Australia)
  • Mike Smith, Nurse, Health (Australia)
  • Peter Omant (Australia)
  • Richard Seglenieks, University of New South Wales (Australia)
  • Anne-Maree Parrish, Public Health Lecturer, University of Wollongong (Australia)
  • Lynda Davies, Public Health Nutritionist (Australia)
  • Judy Davis, public health practitioner (Australia)
  • Elizabeth Stathakis, Health Promotion Officer (Australia)
  • Eliza de Vet, Senior Research Assistant, University of Wollongong (Australia)
  • Melanie Gibson-Helm, Research Fellow (Australia)
  • Jonathan Hallett, Senior Lecturer, School of Public Health, Curtin University (Australia)
  • Dexter Galban, Founder, Philippine Medical & Law Students’ Alliance (Philippines)
  • Noni Walker (Australia)
  • Geoffrey Bradshaw (Australia)
  • Leonie Short, Discipline Lead for Oral Health, CQ University Australia (Australia)
  • Zhao Ang, Rock Environment and Energy Institute (China)
  • Yogesh Shah, Physician, Des Moines University (United States)
  • Sallie Forrest, Doctor, Doctors for the Environment Australia (Australia)
  • June Fisher, Physician, TDICT project (USA )
  • Philip Michael, Family Doctor (Rtd), Irish Doctors Environmental Assoc.; International Society of Doctors for the Environment (Ireland)
  • Juliet Duff, Secretary, IDEA (Ireland)
  • Poune Saberi, Physician, Physicians for Social Responsbility (United States)
  • Dieter Lehmkuhl, retired psychiatrist, IPPNW – Physicians for Social Responsibility, Germany (Germany)
  • Eva Hallström , County Comissioner, County Council Värmland Sweden (Sweden )
  • Paul Lipke, Proprietor, Room to Maneuver (USA)
  • Barbara Wilson, Retired community health nurse, Citizens Climate Change (USA)