Nurse Climate Champion profiles
Watch this video to hear why nurses across the country have joined the Nurses Climate Challenge.
Read the profiles below to learn how Nurse Climate Champions are using the Nurses Climate Challenge resources to educate their colleagues about climate and health.
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Vancouver, British Columbia
A leader in public health, anti-racism, and equity-based mental health care, Canadian nurse Natania Abebe created a documentary and toolkit to explore the mental health impacts of climate change, and help people cope with their feelings and channel them for cha
From his community to nationwide efforts in Canada, Rob Samulack makes it his priority to care for people and advocate at all levels for environmental stewardship.
Dr. Kathy Murphy, Ed.D, MSN, RN, CHSE
Professor of nursing at Naugatuck Valley Community College
Environmental nursing educator Dr. Kathy Murphy from Naugatuck Valley Community College is honored as the 2022 Charlotte Brody Award recipient.
Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia
Dean Doriam Camacho is an environmental nursing leader working to incorporate climate and health education and environmental justice into the nursing profession across Latin America.
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida
Transplant nurse Caitlin MacLaren used her community organizing background to mobilize her local union’s Climate Committee at Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital.