CAHA produces Briefing Papers to provide an overview of the scientific evidence on particular topics related to climate change and health. These are produced to share with parliamentarians, policymakers, the media, health care stakeholders and the community.
This briefing addresses some frequently asked questions about limiting global warming to 1.5°C, and explains some of the key issues that will be covered by the IPCC’s latest report. It has been prepared by Climate KIC, Environment Victoria, Australian Conservation Foundation, Future Earth, and Climate and Health Alliance. Download the FAQ Briefing here >>
Briefing Paper No. 1: Climate change is a health issue
Briefing Paper No. 2: A price on carbon is good for health
Briefing Paper No. 3: The carbon price framework
Briefing Paper No. 4: Water for the Murray Darling: Healthy rivers – Healthy People
Briefing Paper No. 5: Climate change and health research priorities
Joint Briefing Paper: Health Implications of Energy Policy
This paper was produced to support discussions among health leaders at a Roundtable and Workshop on the health implications of energy policy in February 2013.
Its broader objective is to highlight the risks of current energy policy for human health to policymakers, the media, the health and energy sectors, and the community more broadly, and to encourage health professionals and health organisations to advocate for the implications for health to be recognised and reflected in Australian and international energy policy.
Download the Health Implications of Energy Policy Briefing Paper.