Who we are
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare is a registered charity that develops knowledge and tools to achieve a net zero health service 2045.
The Centre’s staff and trustees draw on their experience in public health, clinical practice, environmental consultancy, research and policy to integrate sustainability into health system planning and professional practice.
Founded in 2008 by Rachel Stancliffe and Muir Gray as The Campaign for Greener Healthcare, it is now one of the world's foremost institutions for sustainable healthcare in research and practice.
For more information, please see our prospectus: