sEMCAN will:

  • build awareness, across ACEM and the wider community, of specific workplace issues related to sustainable EM and climate health by establishing a broad community of practice;
  • collaborate with members and trainees to share information and innovation, to engage on common projects, and enable members to advocate for their interests in these areas;
  • facilitate and encourage education, mentoring, research, and meetings that focus on Sustainable EM and Climate Advocacy;
  • collaborate with stakeholder groups such as Doctors for the Environment in furthering the goals and objectives of the Network; 
  • as a source of expertise in sustainable EM and climate advocacy, highlight other issues or recommendations for the consideration of CAPP via the Public Health and Disaster Committee.
  • Become a Member
  • Meet the Network Executive
  • What is Expected of Members?