IEMA Blog | Green Jobs and Skills in Healthcare
Your entire workforce will need to support better environmental outcomes to ensure your organisation can survive and thrive in a green economy. Environmental sustainability is vital to improving public health, especially as healthcare itself has a significant environmental impact that urgently needs to be addressed. According to NHS England and Improvement, the NHS is the UK’s biggest public greenhouse gas emitter, responsible for around 5% of all UK environmental emissions.Jo Watson
Head of Corporate Partnerships, IEMA
Jo Watson, Head of Corporate Partnerships at IEMA, wrote this guest blog on the crucial issue of green jobs and skills in healthcare, appearing on the ABHI website.
Read through the full blog on green jobs and skills in healthcare by clicking the link below.
The Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) is a Licensed Member of the Society for the Environment
This means IEMA members with the required levels of environmental expertise can become a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) or Registered Environmental Practitioner (REnvP).
The ABHI is the Association of British HealthTech Industries.
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