Building a sustainable health-care system

April 21, 2023
Interior Health is making meaningful environmental improvements. in our communities across our operations

In the past few years, British Columbians have faced increasingly challenging environmental and climate related events. Extreme heat, wildfires and floods are a few examples of disasters that have significantly affected those living in the Interior and the rest of B.C.

This interdependence between our health and the environment compels us to continue our work to reduce our environmental footprint toward a low-carbon future.

As we mark Earth Day 2023, here are a few highlights of our environmental sustainability efforts in the Interior region. You can also view and download a visual infographic of our projects and initiatives.


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