We’re recruiting NHS staff to be Climate Smart Champions
In 2019, Wales declared a climate emergency, sending a clear signal that Wales was committed to tackling the challenge of climate change.
In response to this, Welsh Government set a target of a net zero public sector in Wales by 2030.
NHS Wales is the largest public sector emitter of C02, with a carbon footprint of around 1.00MtC02e. This is the equivalent to almost 126,000 home’s energy use for a whole year!
HEIW is committed to making and maintaining sustainable change throughout NHS Wales. One way in which we are working to achieve this is by recruiting Climate Smart Champions from the NHS workforce.
A climate smart champion is someone who will lead on transforming NHS Wales into smarter, more successful, and more sustainable organisations.
We need passionate individuals at all levels to drive sustainable change in their environment.
This opportunity is open to anyone that works for the NHS in Wales. It is a great addition to your existing role, as well as a good opportunity to enhance your leadership skills in sustainability.
You will need to commit to:
You will also have an opportunity for ongoing support via two-hour sustainable healthcare cafés throughout the year.
This initiative is part of HEIW’s drive to deliver against our organisational and NHS Wales responsibilities. These ensure that in three years’ time we will have embedded the latest decarbonisation knowledge and research into healthcare leadership, practice, training and education, supporting a Welsh approach to sustainable healthcare.
Closing date for cohort 1 - Friday 9 December
Climate Smart Champion Information Drop in Sessions, will take place on:
Meeting ID: 389 952 020 880
Meeting ID: 366 358 944 48
Register here: https://forms.office.com/r/vXsmJFDghN