AGA has released three new commentaries in the May issue of Gastroenterology detailing the effect the field of gastroenterology has on global climate change. These selected commentaries highlight issues such as the carbon cost of endoscopies, the effects climate change has on health care systems and the unique connection between climate change and liver disease treatment.
- Green endoscopy: Counting the carbon cost of our practice by Robin Baddeley, Lars Aabakken, Andrew Veitch and Bu’Hussain Hayee
- Climate change, health and healthcare systems: A global perspective by Soko Setoguchi, Desmond Leddin, Geoffrey Metz and M. Bishr Omary
- The negative bidirectional interaction between climate change and the prevalence and care of liver disease: A joint BSG, BASL, EASL and AASLD commentary by Mhairi C. Donnelly, William Stableforth, Aleksander Krag and Adrian Reuben