10 | Mobilizing Medicine Against the Climate Crisis | Harleen Marwah

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Harleen Marwah (@ThereGoesHarMar) dives into the conversation on the links between health, healing, and the climate crisis - and how people in healthcare can work for a healthier world. Recorded in the midst of the record-setting 2020 California fires, we discuss the health effects of a climate in crisis, climate grief, connecting clinical work with a larger ecological consciousness, and how she has organized healthcare students for change.

Harleen Marwah is the Founder and Chair of Medical Students for a Sustainable Future (MS4SF), a community of over 260 medical students from around the world, and she has collaborated with the United Nations on the Paris Agreement. She is currently a current fourth year medical student at the George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences, and looks forward to working towards a healthier, more just and equitable future as a pediatrician.

Extinction Rebellion "Heading for Extinction" talk (27" video): bit.ly/2ILFeUQ

Harleen Marwah's recommended resources:

  • Watts, N, et al. 2019. "The 2019 Report Of The Lancet Countdown On Health And Climate Change: Ensuring That The Health Of A Child Born Today Is Not Defined By A Changing Climate". The Lancet 394 (10211): 1836-1878. bit.ly/34h9jDX

  • Gillis, Justin. 2017. "Climate Change Is Complex. We’Ve Got Answers To Your Questions." New York Times, Nytimes.com. nyti.ms/34iWSI8

  • Patz, J. 2018. Climate Change Is Affecting Our Health. Is There A Cure?. TEDxOshkosh. (19" video) bit.ly/3kj2Spz

  • Holder, C. 2020. The link between climate change, health and poverty. TedMed. (13" video) bit.ly/2HoLzW3

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