Wildfire smoke — the new abnormal?

Are you worried about the intensity and frequency of smoke caused by burning forests? We are — and aside from the immediate inconvenience — there may be longer term health considerations.

Join The Conversation for a run-down of many frequently asked questions answered to better prepare and protect you and your family. Read more here…

Growing into America

PROECO is proud to announce our United States based entity, PROECO INC has been approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501c3 tax exempt and deductible contribution entity. This approval applies from our establishment in Washington, D.C. on June 22, 2022.

We are excited about our USA entity which will allow greater localization of content, enhanced charitable donations, and better attribution/allocation of program resources.

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Our Health is Compromised by Our Global Fossil Fuel Addicition

Climate change is affecting the health of people around the world; transitioning to net-zero emissions could be the greatest health opportunity this century

By Associate Professor Celia McMichael, Professor Kathryn Bowen and Professor Mark Stevenson, University of Melbourne

Climate change threatens to undermine the health of people around the world, with more intense and frequent extreme weather events, increased heatwave exposure, climate-related food insecurity, alteration in the spread of infectious diseases and exacerbated mental ill-health.

These are just some of the findings of the 2022 report of the Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change, published in The Lancet.

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10 steps you can take to lower your carbon footprint

Small changes alone won’t stop climate change, but your actions are still worthwhile and there has never been a better time than NOW!

While each of us have a minimal impact to the overall state of our Earth — if all of us make simple steps towards a lower carbon footprint we can collectively make a BIG difference.

Check out this insightful article from the Washington Post for ideas then get underway!