climate change

A warming planet and human health

Although most Americans voice concern about climate change (climate breakdown), many remain unaware that they’re experiencing its effects today. In fact, those born in the 1980s or later…

Climate action

Earth Day, celebrated each April 22, gives us all the opportunity to reflect on what we as individuals and in communities can do to counteract what the World…
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From the Ethics Inbox: Confronting climate change

To: Ethics Advisory Board From: Concerned RN Subject: Climate change and the role of nurses Over the past few years it seems there have been many weather-related, catastrophic…

Nurses speak up about climate change

By Julie Cullen, Managing Editor, American Nurse Today The past few days have seen a lot of news coverage of the climate strike by young people around the…
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Preparing older citizens for global climate change

Collaborate and advocate to meet patient needs and implement policy change. Takeaways: Older adults have increased vulnerability to the effects of climate change because of greater exposure to the…

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