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Epilepsy Climate Change (EpiCC)

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Epilepsy Climate Change (EpiCC)

Epilepsy Climate Change (EpiCC) will act as a ready-made consortium that can help develop research into the effects of climate change on epilepsy.

As part of its commitment to sustainability Epilepsy Society is hosting this webpage for EpiCC, an affiliation of like-minded professionals involved in epilepsy who consider that climate change will likely have disproportionately adverse consequences for people with epilepsy (PWE). The purpose of EpiCC is to share knowledge, disseminate information and promote practices that reduce contributions to climate change and help mitigate its effects with a view to effects on epilepsy. EpiCC is a venue for discourse, dissemination of useful activities, encouraging change from within the epilepsy community, and supporting research.

Read our memorandum of understanding on Epilepsy Climate Change (EpiCC).

Read our news items on climate change:

Medics warned to fly less for health of their patients

If you are interested in joining our movement please complete the Google form below: