- Education. The purpose of the education subcommittee is to educate patients and caretakers, the public, health care professionals and health care societies, hospital systems, policy makers, and other stakeholders about the effects of climate change on cancer care.
- Advocacy The advocacy committee is responsible for identifying relevant and key issues care at the local, regional, national or international level as related to climate change and cancer, and for determining a strategic plan for achieving these initiatives
- Outreach This committee identifies and reaches out to other health care, professional, private or public organizations, to seek their input and ideas as to how we can best coordinate and maximize our efforts to ensure that we are pursuing the best evidence-based climate action solutions, and that we are aligned with other ongoing existing efforts.
- Communication The communication committee ensures that our organization and our message is reaching the appropriate stakeholders.
- Global Affairs: This committee co-ordinates activities on the global stage by identifying other health care organizations with common interests and activities. The goal is to connect members with one another and identify and promote actionable steps in climate mitigation, advocacy, and research efforts