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Climate change threatens the basic elements of life such as access to clean air, water, food and shelter – and with that human health. But climate action could be the greatest global health opportunity of the 21st century.

HEAL works with Global organisations like UNFCCC, UNEP and WHO, with European and national decision-makers as well as environmental organisations towards climate and energy policies putting human health at the centre of their priorities.

Letter by 62 NGOs to European Parliament’s REGI committee to exclude fossil fuels from just transition fun

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Climate change puts pregnant women at greater risk: new infographic by FIGO, UCSF and HEAL

The health impacts of global climate change on maternal and child health can no longer be ignored. To illustrate the problem and the solutions at hand, HEAL partnered with the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) to launch an easy-to-use infographic for health advocates and policy-makers.
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HEAL’s climate change infographic – in 5 languages

The climate emergency is a medical one. HEAL’s handy infographic showcases how climate action will protect health - available in English, German, Polish, Italian and Turkish!
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Infographic: İklim değişikliği sağlık için en büyük tehdit

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Infographic: I cambiamenti climatici sono la minaccia piu grande per la salute mondiale

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Infographic: Healthy schools – healthier children

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Infographic: Healthy buildings – healthier people

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Letter by 62 NGOs to European Parliament’s REGI committee to exclude fossil fuels from just transition fun

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Joint letter to EU institutions on COVID-19 response

HEAL is one of the signatories (together with WWF, BirdLife Europe, EEB, CEE Bankwatch, CAN…

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Joint open letter: Principles for a #JustRecovery from COVID-19

HEAL is a signatory of a letter coordinated by 350, calling for a global and…

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