Healthcare systems’ climate footprint is equivalent to 4,4% of global net emissions
Acting as a global connector, the GHCP will act as an open forum and platform for players of the healthcare, digital and environment sectors, to develop:
Knowledge creation and best practices sharing activities;
Joint actions and collaborative projects to implement game-changing eco-friendly practices and solutions.
Ann Mond Johnson
Dr Amit N. Thakker
At GHCP, we are conscious about the need to act now.
De-carbonize health systems
Promote a Green IT for digital health
Develop resilient health systems to Support the Recovery of Healthcare Systems Globally
with actions for clean and renewable energy, waste management, zero emissions buildings and infrastructures, zero emissions and sustainable mobility solutions and transport models, sustainably grown food and climate-resilient agriculture, waste management, low-carbon pharmaceuticals, medical devices and all supplies (on whole product’s lifecycle), etc.;
through digital eco-conception methods and technics as well as low-carbon models for data management (storage and exchanges);
in front of climate extreme events, lack of resources (water, food), lack of energy, etc. innovating around the care models (prevention and health promotion, and supported by digital transformation such as telemedicine), governance, roadmaps and development strategies, procurements’ criteria, professionals’ training, patients’ engagement, etc.