Our Center offers educational programs and fellowship opportunities for individuals ranging from high school students to mid-career physicians interested in learning how to improve health through climate action.

For more information, contact Skye Flanigan.


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Youth Summit on Climate, Equity, and Health

A week-long program in Boston for high school students to learn how to be climate leaders in their communities through workshops, field-based activities, meetings with scientists, health and policy experts, energy innovators and more.

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Student Ambassadors 2021/22

Student Ambassador Program

A year-long program for Harvard Chan students to learn critical skills to become climate and health leaders and understand the potential impacts of climate change on their respective fields of study.

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Climate Health Organizing Fellows Program for U.S. health professionals

A 6-month online program for health professionals to further their knowledge of the health equity implications of climate change and develop community organizing skills to create lasting change. The program is run by our Health Equity Fellow Dr. Gaurab Basu and Dr. Pedja Stojicic and based on the organizing strategies developed by Dr. Marshall Ganz.

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Climate & Human Health Fellowship for physicians

A two-year fellowship to train physicians to become leaders in climate and human health research, education, communication, and advocacy, offered in partnership with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights.

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Health Effects of Climate Change

A 7-week online HarvardX course to learn how climate change impacts health, and strategies to mitigate and adapt to those impacts. This free course is open to the public and led by our director Dr. Aaron Bernstein.

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Climate Is Health: Educational Resources on Climate, Health and COVID-19

This five-part series for teachers explores the connections between climate change and public health.

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