Nurses Climate Challenge in the news

The Nurses Climate Challenge has been featured in a variety of media outlets, including academic journals, news articles, blogs, and podcasts. Take a look at all the places the challenge is showing up. Contact us if you’d like to share news about the Nurses Climate Challenge externally.


What is the nurse’s role in addressing climate change?” Take a peek at these three tips from an Emory University nurse educator in Atlanta. (June 2019)

Academic medical institutions are taking up the challenge. Check out the University of Washington’s post on how to be part of the solution. (May 2019)

Barbara Sattler, University of California San Francisco health policy professor, joined NurseTalk to highlight the Nurses Climate Challenge. “It's ambitious and it’s doable,” said Sattler. (May 2019)

The challenge goes global: The University of Malta Department of Nursing highlighted the Nurses Climate Challenge as part of International Nurses Day with their own national goal of educating 5,000 health professionals. (May 2019)

The American Journal of Nursing, the oldest and most widely read nursing journal in the country, included an article about nursing and climate action featuring the Nurses Climate Challenge. (April 2019)

In this Earth Day blog from the Campaign for Action, learn “why should nurses care about climate change.” The answer is simple: “because they see climate’s impact on health every day.” (April 2019)

Check out how “nurses utilize ecoAmerica’s research to inform outreach on climate change and health in the Nurses Climate Challenge.” (February 2019)

Yale Climate Connections featured the Nurses Climate Challenge in an article that emphasizes “how one nurse can make a difference.” (January 2019)

State nursing associations are highlighting climate and health. Read about “Nurses Leading on Climate Change and Health Issues” in Alabama and Montana. (November 2018)

In this Nurses for Healthy Environments podcast, the Nurses Climate Challenge coordinator describes the launch of the exciting resources which give nurses tools to share important health messages and information about climate change. (June 2018)