GGHH has over 250 case studies documenting the successful sustainability projects and programs being implemented by health care institutions around the world. Written and submitted by GGHH members, these case studies showcase success and innovation, describe the strategies and processes employed, discuss challenges encountered and provide inspiration to the global network.
Kooweerup Regional Health Service (KRHS) has taken a proactive lead on building resilience within its organisation and among the local community, as well as advocating for climate adaptation policies more broadly at state and national levels.
Learn about the rain water harvesting program this facility implemented to increase its resilience to drought, reduce use of municipal water and save money.
The facility promotes health and sustainability by encouraging patients and their families to adopt a plant-based diet and providing them with nutritious and environmentally friendly meal boxes