Global | New World Bank Report Calls for Health Sector Leadership on Climate

Geneva— The World Bank Group’s health and climate directors released a report today establishing a new framework for health systems in every country to become leaders in addressing climate change. The report is a joint production with Health Care Without Harm (1).

WB Report CoverIn its title, the report coins the term Climate-Smart Health Care, an approach that sets forth both low-carbon and resilience strategies. These strategies are designed for the development community, ministries of health, hospitals and health systems to deploy while addressing the health impacts of climate change.

“By reducing their emissions and becoming more resilient, health systems in every country can become leaders in contributing to both health and climate solutions,” says Josh Karliner, an International Director at Health Care Without Harm and one of the report’s authors.

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