Thursday, 6 October 2011

Green Nephrology needs your vote!

The Green Nephrology project to retro-fit heat exchanges to kidney dialysis machines is one of 3 projects shortlisted for the final of the Pitch Pledge Party. The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare will be presenting the project at the event taking place at The Guardian Newspaper offices in London next Monday (10 October) and needs your support – go to the website to check out the three finalists and cast your vote.

This is a new 10:10 initiative designed to bring practical carbon-cutting projects together with donors looking to support the fight against climate change at ground level. The work is based on the excellent case study carried out by Fraser Campbell and Steve Milne at Kent Kidney Care Centre, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust, together with Paul Stevens and Andrew Connor, the NHS Kidney Care Green Fellow at the time.

Find out more about green nephrology, this project and the dragons den pitch Rachel Stancliffe will be making at the Green Nephrology website.

1 comment:

Andy Williamson said...

This is a great idea. Thanks for supporting it. It's got my vote.

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