Kate Charlesworth is a public health physician based in Sydney. After working as a hospital doctor in Australia, Kate undertook much of her public health medicine training in the UK, including at the Sustainable Development Unit in Cambridge. The SDU is a world-leading unit tasked with reducing the carbon footprint of England’s National Health Service (NHS). Kate has subsequently completed a PhD about the characteristics of an environmentally sustainable health and care system. Her current role at NSW Health is as a medical specialist in environmentally sustainable healthcare.