IN THIS EPISODE Munir Adam talks to Sharon Christy about Net Zero, a policy which the NHS has signed up to, and which will affect all of us in due course.
We'll cover: What Net Zero is; why it is relevant to us in Primary Care, and what we can do about it.
SPECIAL THANKS to the guest speaker: Sharon Christy, GP in Tower Hamlets, North-East London Primary Care Net Zero Clinical Co-Lead
To join Greener Practice North London: https://www.greenerpractice.co.uk/join-our-network/local-groups/north-london/
To find out more about the North East London Green Plan (with the link for the primary care guide to be added shortly): https://www.eastlondonhcp.nhs.uk/ourplans/green-plan.htm
To contact the North East London Primary Care Net Zero Leads please contact email@example.com
To sign up for the Green Impact for Health Toolkit: https://www.greenimpact.org.uk/giforhealth
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