NHS in Greater Manchester declares a climate emergency

NHS organisations in Greater Manchester have declared a climate emergency, committing to far-ranging action to slash carbon emissions and avert predicted illness and disease.

It makes Greater Manchester the first “integrated care system”– NHS bodies and council social care working together – in the country to declare a climate emergency. The Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership will now develop and agree a plan before the end of the year that will show how the NHS will meet its obligations under the Climate Change Act to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

To find out what is already being done across Greater Manchester by NHS organisations to reduce  their carbon emissions and  to tackle environment degradation as well as learn more about the areas likely to be included in the Partnership’s “sustainable development management plan”, click here

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