The NHS produces approximately 5.4% of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions, 40% of UK public sector emissions, and on a global level, healthcare generates so much CO2e that if it were a country, it would be the world’s fifth biggest polluter.
Our approach recognises that climate change is the most significant health and human rights issue facing us today, and the transition to net zero is an opportunity to tackle inequalities and the wider determinants of health. It is an approach that is fundamentally important to the future survival of the NHS, the population, and the planet.
The Green Plan outlines our commitment to deliver sustainable and high-quality services for the people of Cheshire and Merseyside and highlights the ways in which we are working with our partners to positively impact the wider determinants of health to address health inequalities and to embed social value into everything that we do.
Health and care partners - Green Plans
- Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
- Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
- Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
- Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- East Cheshire Trust
- Liverpool Heart and Chest NHS Foundation Trust
- Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Liverpool Women’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
- Mersey and West Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
- Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- North West Ambulance Service
- The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre
- The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust
- Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Wirral Community Health & Care NHS Foundation Trust
- Wirral University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust