A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone interested in health: The Sustainable Healthcare free webinar on March 23.
The healthcare industry is uniquely dedicated to supporting human wellbeing. Part of delivering on this mission is improving the environmental footprint through solutions such as clean energy, waste prevention, and sourcing better materials. We’ll hear from three experts who are working to do just that, and ultimately make healthcare healthier for all.
We’ll hear from experts in decarbonization, examine ways of reducing healthcare carbon emissions, and learn actions healthcare organizations can take to mitigate climate change. We’ll discuss sustainable packaging, and opportunities healthcare organizations have to create less waste to reduce their carbon footprint. Lastly, we’ll take a look at better materials using reduced toxics and healthier inputs.
Our discussion will be moderated by Erika Kimball, Principal at Kimball Sustainable Healthcare. Our expert panelists are Terry Duffina, Director, Sustainability Program Office at Stanford Health Care; Anna Brown, Founder and CEO of Stark Street Materials; and Melinda Su En Lee, Co-Founder and CEO at Parcel Health, Inc. Join us for a discussion on sustainable healthcare, where we are, where are we going, and how can we improve our system.
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