PSR Graduates its First “Next-Generation” Climate Ambassadors December 20, 2022

Community garden
One of the projects created by our Next Gen Ambassadors is a local community garden like the one pictured above. Photo: Christian Bradford / CC BY-SA 2.0

PSR recently graduated our first “Next-Generation” Climate & Health Ambassadors. Next-Gen Ambassadors are young and emerging health professionals – medical, health and public health students and 35-and-under professionals – who join PSR to hone their knowledge and skills for climate advocacy. During their time as Ambassadors, these young health professionals participated in climate and health topical and skills trainings, local climate mitigation and adaptation projects, all-Ambassador meetings, and monthly PSR-directed advocacy actions. We are excited to see them continue their advocacy and are looking forward to welcoming our next cohort in January.

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