How the U.S. Health Care System Contributes to Climate Change

The authors describe how health care in the U.S. contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, focusing on three different scopes of impact: direct emissions, indirect emissions from electricity, and all other indirect emissions. They also provide information on carbon neutrality for health care, why reducing health care’s carbon footprint is important, and next steps toward reducing health care system emissions.
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