Health Emergency of Climate Change

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The first episode of the Royal Society of Medicine’s Health Emergency of Climate Change series, recorded in March 2021, focused on positioning health and well-being at the centre of the climate change discussion. 

The Health Emergency of Climate Change series brought together leading healthcare experts to discuss the impact climate change is having on human health. The 10-part series tackled specific topics including respiratory health, dermatology, cardiovascular health, mental health and sustainability and health systems, plus the new pandemic and other new epidemics, as well as lessons learned and looking ahead.

His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales recorded a message to introduce this important series and leading experts spoke about the links between climate change and health, and how health professionals can help to combat climate change and its effects. 

Watch the conversation below.

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