NHS Sustainability

The decision by the NHS to become the first national health system to commit to carbon net-zero comes at a time where climate change is having devastating effects on public health. Outdoor air pollution, linked to major conditions such as heart disease and asthma, cuts a staggering three years of human life expectancy on average.

The NHS has recognised it is time for change – and Quadrant Health is here to bring you best practice insights in greenifying the UK’s health sector.

From remote online healthcare reducing the need to travel from hospital to home, to the greening of the NHS fleet, Quadrant Health will bring you the best analysis and coverage of major stakeholders in the sustainable healthcare sector. 98% of NHS staff believe the health system should be more environmentally stable, and Quadrant Health is here to bring you how it can be done at the ground level.

The NHS announced a four-step analytical process to improve its net-zero goals. Quadrant Health will look closely at this analysis and report on the carbon reductions available across the system, net-zero interventions and projections for the decrease in emissions.

Whilst the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have brought acute health issues to the fore, long-term health impacts from climate change are recognised to be a dominant long-term challenge facing healthcare providers in the coming decades. Follow Quadrant Health in how the medical industry is becoming more sustainable and building healthier lives for the people of the UK.