Who we are
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare (formerly known as The Campaign for Greener Healthcare) is a registered charity. Set up in 2008 by Rachel Stancliffe and Muir Gray, it works to help the NHS fulfil its commitment to reduce its carbon footprint by 80% by 2050. It is now the foremost institution in the world working on sustainable healthcare in research and practice.
The Centre’s track record and the expertise of our staff and trustees enables us to work across healthcare, public health and beyond in order to mainstream sustainability so that it is integral to the planning of health systems and the practice of professionals. Our team draws on knowledge and experience from public health, clinical practice, environmental consultancy, research and public policy.
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