- •EFIM publishes a position paper about Environment Degradation and Climate Change.
- •Health industry should reduce its ecological footprint.
- •Internists should be involved in policy decisions related to climate change.
- •Internists must be active agents in advocating sustainable practices for the environment.
- •Internists should be role models in the adoption of environmentally friendly behavior.
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