addressing issues of climate change and making our planet and world healthier.
a pathway to citizenship for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) recipients, and limit carbon emissions to mitigate climate change. ... the courts to support an expanded role for the federal government in health care, as well as the future of
21, 2015, article, “Work of Prominent Climate Change Denier Was Funded by Energy Industry”). ... This is trickier. Saying that climate change adversely affects human health is one thing, but knowing what to do about it is another.
Climate change. While the administration's approach to climate change remains very concerning, states, localities, and businesses have stepped up to adopt measures to mitigate climate change and its effects. ... medical schools or physician residency
So in recent years, ACP has taken bold stances on climate change as a public health issue, firearms violence as a public health issue, the health care needs of diverse populations
ACP members unhappy about the College's stance on, say, gun violence or climate change will sometimes assert that the organization should stop taking “political” stances. ... Issues like climate change and gun violence prevention are “political”
Making the impact of our work on the environment personal, ACP has developed a Climate Change Toolkit to help us decrease our carbon footprint.
Research on the prevention and treatment of disease, on improvement of health outcomes, on the impact of climate change on human health, on prevention of gun violence, and on the social
against LGBQTIA persons, access to health care for immigrants, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, regulation of carbon emissions to mitigate climate change, and laws to reduce injuries and
Topics of global impact, such as obesity and climate change, are natural starting points for collaborating, setting agendas, and working with legislatures in different countries. ... flu pandemics, asthma and climate change, and the “diseases of