Publications in 2014

Thursday 29 October 2015

Joint Statement on Coal and Health

The Climate and Health Alliance and the Climate Council released a Joint Statement on Coal and Health in response to the Inquiry report from Hazelwood coal mine fire in Victoria. The Joint Statement calls for: health risks to be considered in all energy policy and investment decisions; independent air, water and soil quality monitoring at and around every coal mine and power station in Australia; and funding for research into health, social and environmental impacts of coal. The Joint Statement is accompanied by a Briefing Paper on Coal and Health which outlines the scientific health and medical literature on the impacts on health from the production of coal

Climate and Health: The Research, Policy & Advocacy Agenda

This report captures the discussion at CAHA's national forum on the research, policy and advocacy agenda necessary to protect health from climate change in Australia, and around the world.

Health Implications of Energy Policy

This Briefing Paper outlines the implications for health and well-being from Australian and global energy policy.

Our Uncashed Dividend: The Health Benefits of Climate Action

This joint report from the Climate and Health Alliance and The Climate Institute outlines the evidence on the benefits for health from the implementation of strategies to cut greenhouse gas emission.