Green Tips from Catholic Health Association in the U.S.
20 July 2011
In the United States, Catholic hospitals, medical centers and health care centers came together in 1915 to form the Catholic Health Association (CHA). Its goal was to support one another in the ministry to the sick, the poor and the vulnerable. Today CHA remains dedicated to serving the nation's Catholic health care organisations and supporting the strategic directions of mission, ethics, and advocacy.
In a recent publication entitled Environmental Sustainability: Getting Started Guide, Catholic Health Association provides some great Green Tips.
CHA is also a leader in the United States regarding environmental issues, especially the “greening” of hospitals. You are invited to see their publications, inviting and challenging Catholic health institutions to become better stewards of the environment.
In a recent publication entitled Environmental Sustainability: Getting Started Guide, CHA provides some great Green Tips. Here are some tips related to leadership:
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Submitted by Kathy Brown, Regional Coordinator, Caritas North America
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