Thanks for your interest in our Climate Change Mentoring project for health care facilities. While we are currently not accepting new cohort members, please let us know if you would like to be notified should we be able to offer this program again.

Resiliency Mentoring Project Interest Form

The Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care is honoured to announce we have again been granted the ENERGY STAR® Advocate of the Year Award for work in promoting and facilitating the adoption of ENERGY STAR qualified products within Canada’s health services sector during 2016-2017. “The Coalition has worked diligently over […]

Coalition Two-Time Winner of ENERGY STAR Advocate of the Year

The Coalition is pleased to release our report: Medical Imaging Equipment Energy Use Study: Assessing Opportunities to Reduce Energy Consumption in the Health Care Sector, which was produced with funding from Natural Resources Canada and BC Hydro. Our partner hospitals in this project were Nanaimo Regional General Hospital (NRGH) in British […]

Medical Imaging Equipment Energy Use Study

  What is Climate Change Resiliency Mentoring? Climate Change Resiliency Mentoring is a program offered by the Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care that provides tools, resources, and guidance for facilities to evaluate and increase their resiliency to climate change impacts. Climate Change Resiliency Mentoring is currently operating the 2nd […]

Climate Change Resiliency Mentoring

Green Hospital Score Card 2016 Results and Resources    ***For webinars, sector reports, and case studies from the 2016 GHS Program, click here. Here is a link to the 2017 educational webinar, hosted on November 28th, 2017.  Project Background   The Green Hospital Scorecard (GHS) is the only comprehensive health care benchmarking […]

Green Hospital Scorecard

Objectives Funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada - EcoAction Community Funding Program, this two-year clean water initiative will reduce toxic and hazardous waste generated by health care facility operations through the identification, implementation, and evaluation of innovative, toxics-free technologies and chemical use strategies. Working collaboratively with BC Lower Mainland GreenCare, […]

Reducing Toxic and Hazardous Waste in the Health Care Community