Access to good quality healthcare is growing increasingly important as climate change impacts our supply chains, distribution of medical equipment, and delivery of services. This access issue is particularly acute in remote or vulnerable areas where infrastructure may be less resilient. Swift action is essential to adapt health services to these emerging challenges, safeguarding well-being in a shifting climate landscape.

Extreme weather, rising sea levels, and changing climates are displacing communities and destroying natural habitats. Immediate action is critical to ensuring vulnerable populations receive the necessary support and that essential, and often delicate, ecosystems are preserved.

Climate change directly impacts how, when, and where we access the essential resources we need to survive: water, food, and energy. Innovation in the water, food, and energy nexus is critical in offering new ways to sustainably manage and protect these essential resources amid changing environmental conditions.