NHS’ eco chief says fewer face-to-face NHS appointments are a good thing


Dr Nick Watts, NHS England's chief sustainability manager, said the health service slashed its carbon emissions by 276 kilotonnes last year 'principally' because patients made fewer car journeys

Dr Nick Watts, NHS England’s chief sustainability manager, said the health service slashed its carbon emissions by 276 kilotonnes last year ‘principally’ because patients made fewer car journeys

Remote hospital and GP appointments are ‘broadly’ a good thing because they reduce pollution, the NHS’ eco chief has claimed.

Dr Nick Watts said the health service slashed its carbon emissions by 276 kilotonnes last year ‘principally’ because patients made fewer car journeys.

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