SEAG Newsletter Autumn 2021 Popular

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SEAG Newsletter Autumn 2021
EDITOR'S WELCOME BY SAM FREEMAN

The Autumn newsletter arrives with great anticipation ahead ofCOP26. The SEAG are hugely proud to be on this international stage which you can read more about on page 2.

On pages 3-6 of this issue we step outside of the operating theatres, to learn from our colleagues in other areas of healthcare sustainability: articles from green healthcare pioneers in primary care and the ambulance service provide us with a wider scope of healthcare sustainability that I hope will encourage the building of links and exchange of ideas.

Finally, a very informative article about the wider environmental impact of pharmaceuticals is on page 7, presenting an area of future work for us as we move forward with our goals.

SEAG Newsletter Spring 2021 Popular

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SEAG Newsletter Spring 2021
EDITOR'S WELCOME BY SAM FREEMAN

We have lots to report from across Scotland in this second edition of the SEA-G newsletter. This hard work hasn't gone unnoticed: our grassroots group was proud to be featured in The Chief Medical Officer's annual report which was published last month, with special focus on the Green Theatre Project set up in NHS Highland, which you can read more about below.

We'll also be telling the story of the Sustainability Officers, giving an insight into their work and their professional background. If you're interested in helping with this newsletter, please get in touch (see details on pg 11), and help spread the word of all the work that is being done.

SEAG Newsletter Winter 2020 Popular

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SEAG Newsletter Winter 2020
Welcome to our first edition
EDITOR'S WELCOME BY SAM FREEMAN

The scope and extent of sustainability projects across NHS Scotland gives the impression of a revolution. But for a revolution to work, affecting the whole workforce, we need to spread our ideas and publicly celebrate our successes. We're excited to bring you this first edition of our quarterly newsletter that will hopefully find its way past all spam filters and nhs.scot mail merger catastrophes, and allow us to build on what is already a massive momentum of change. This first issue is packed with inspiring projects from all over Scotland, so read on dear comrades. Viva la revolution.