It’s Time for the Health Care System to Reckon with the Human Costs of Climate Change

The authors of this article state that the U.S. healthcare sector produces about 10% of the nation’s total annual carbon emissions. In 2011, the healthcare sector produced 655 million metric tons of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. The authors also highlight how healthcare organizations lag behind every other economic sector in sustainability reporting.
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