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Environmental Sustainability is Everyone's Story

Welcome to the eighth annual Environmental Peformance Accountability Report (EPAR) for the Lower Mainland Health Organizations! 

These reports represent an opportunity to acknowledge the hard work, leadership, and willingness of everyone across the Lower Mainland Health Organizations to support environmental sustainability in health care. 

This report represents the collective work of many individuals, all of whom continue to collaborate to transform their workplaces and health care systems into thriving environments of health and wellness for staff, patients, and their families. 
Developed by the GreenCare Energy and Environmental Sustainability Team and in close partnership with many departments, the 2019 EPAR is annual report that tells the story about the Lower Mainland Health Organization's sustainability successes, challenges and future opportunities. It also highlights a real need for action as we enter a new climate reality, and our efforts to find solutions together for the entire Lower Mainland health care community. 

The 2019 EPAR is an interactive (clickable) report; you can easily navigate and link between sections and to areas that most interest you. Below are the various Lower Mainland Health Organization EPARs:

>> Fraser Health’s 2019 Environmental Performance Accountability Report - coming soon! 

>> Providence Health Care’s 2019 Environmental Performance Accountability Report coming soon! 

>> Provincial Health Services Authority 2019 Environmental Performance Accountability Report coming soon! 

>> Vancouver Coastal Health’s 2019 Environmental Performance Accountability Report 

The EES Team would love to hear feedback on the reports and the work. Please drop us a note at one of the following:


Thank you for your ongoing support of our environmental sustainability work. The work continues evolve and change with the many challenges but continues with award winning innovation and dedication to reducing the health care organizations negative environmental footprint.

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