There are many useful websites with helpful information and resources. Here are a few key ones.
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare is a charity which supports health professionals to develop sustainable approaches. They have excellent education resources and run various courses.
The UK Health Alliance on Climate Change brings together doctors, nurses and other health professionals to advocate for responses to climate change that protect and promote public health.
The UN Environment Programme is working towards transition to a low-carbon, sustainable future.
The Centre for Research on Clean Energy and Air is an independent research organisation focused on revealing the trends, causes, and health impacts, as well as the solutions, to air pollution.
Clean Air Hub is another site with all the information you need surrounding air pollution, including forecasts and an Clean Air calculator.
Created by the NHS, for the NHS, Care Without Carbon is a simple framework for delivering sustainable healthcare – cutting carbon, saving money and supporting workforce wellbeing.
Choosing Wisely is an American initiative supporting clinicians and patients to have good conversations about care, to avoid unnecessary tests and treatments.
Healthcare ocean is a great website with information on the interdependence between human, planetary and oceanic health.
The British Society of Lifestyle Medicine (BSLM) is a charity that promotes the role of lifestyle medicine (especially combating inequalities and sustainable living) in improving people’s health and wellbeing.