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Can we blame climate change for thunderstorm asthma?

Janie Maxwell writes on the recent thunderstorm event that claimed eight lives in Melbourne.

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No time for Trump despair on climate change

CAHA's Vice President Peter Sainsbury (pictured) features on Croakey, writing on the implications of inaction on climate change.

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As doctors, we are worried about climate change

Emergency physicians Marianne Cannon and Joseph Ting insist that doctors are already seeing the effects of climate change.

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Looking for a new role for 2017?

We're looking for an Organiser for Climate-Health Training and Capacity Building. Applications close Sunday 15 January.

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Mater Health Services wins sustainability award

The Queensland Premier's Sustainability award has been won by Mater Health Services, for their outstanding energy efficiency initiatives.

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Report from 10th October 2016 Health Leaders Meeting with Parliamentarians

See our findings from our roundtable discussion between health leaders and parliamentarians regarding a National Strategy on Climate, Health and Well-being for Australia.

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Join our Campaign Strategy Meeting

The campaign for a National Strategy on Climate, Health and Well-being for Australia is in full swing, come learn more about the campaign and how you can be apart of the movement.

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Webinar: Global and National Climate and Health Policy

As the global change negotiations (COP22) continue in Marrakech, Morocco, please join us for a free webinar on Global and National Climate and Health Policy.
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What do health professionals think about current climate policy?

Read the summary of key themes that emerged from our online discussion with health professionals in August 2016

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Results from survey regarding National Strategy on Climate, Health and Well-being

A preliminary report of responses to the online survey accompanying the Discussion Paper: Towards a National Strategy on Climate, Health and Well-being has now been released. 98% of respondents support a Strategy!

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