Membership indicates a commitment to collaboration in planetary health and to involving your communities in PHA initiatives. Members have the opportunity to formally participate in the PHA’s governance, helping to inform its strategy and deciding how the PHA will externally represent itself as a consortium through an annual membership meeting, an annual member survey, and the designation of a representative for the Member Governing Committee. Members are encouraged to engage directly with one another through participation in planetary health working groups, regional hubs, the online community, and the Planetary Health Annual Meeting.No financial contributions are required. Other opportunities to get involved include: getting involved in planetary health education through participating in one of the education working groups and creating new programming at your home institution; engaging in the Clinicians for Planetary Health initiative to help galvanize clinicians and their patients around planetary health; building local community events and discussions focused on public education and storytelling around planetary health; encouraging students to engage in the Next Generation Network and form a local planetary health club; collaborating with other PHA members on research and policy relevant to planetary health; and subscribing to our monthly newsletter to stay updated on the latest planetary health research and opportunities.
The Planetary Health Alliance is composed of 200+ member institutions representing 40+ countries around the world. Visit the interactive map below to learn more about our network (map under construction).