Climate-Smart Healthcare Webinar Series

Health and Environment Platform (HELP) was established by Public Health Foundation of India and Centre for Chronic Disease Control in partnership with Health Care Without Harm to develop a road-map for climate-smart healthcare in India which would be resilient and adapt sustainable operation to with stand climate change and its threats.

HELP is hosting a series of webinar on climate-smart innovations happening in the Indian healthcare sector which are low-carbon models of care and resilient against climate threats. These webinars will be focusing on implementation of initiatives on buildings, energy, transport, waste, water, plastic, procurement and the supply chain.

On this series, our first webinar will be on healthcare waste management on bio-medical waste management and experiences from handling waste during COVID.

When: September 16, 2020, 04:00- 5:30 PM IST 

Topic: Training on Healthcare Waste Management for Indian Healthcare sector 

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We will also be hosting a successful innovation happening in energy efficiency at Jupiter Hospitals on 18th, September, 2020, 05:00- 05:45 PM IST

Topic: Energy Efficient Jupiter Hospital: How Do Innovative Steps Bring Operational Efficiency?

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In our series of talks and discussion on Climate-Smart Healthcare we are hosting a webinar titled, “Reducing Healthcare’s Carbon Footprint: Lessons in Effective Hospital Waste Management

In this webinar, we will be discussing sustainable waste management solution to reduce the carbon footprint in healthcare. The presentation will be given by Vengadesan N (Manager Quality Assurance, Aravind Eye Hospital, Pondicherry. Mr. Vengadesan has been recognized for his environmental healthcare sustainability work in national and international forums.

When: Tuesday, 20th October, 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm IST.

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