Fiona Armstrong is an international leader in the field of climate change and health. She is the Founder and Executive Director of the Climate and Health Alliance, Australia; a co-founder and Director of CLIMARTE: Arts for a Safe Climate; Fellow at the Centre for Policy Development; and one of Westpac and AFR 100 Women of Influence 2016.
The national coalition of health groups working for climate action, Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA), has released a Federal Election Scorecard after analysing the parties’ policies on climate change and health. … Continue reading »
Climate change causes many health problems and will have enormous impacts on Australia’s health system. Yet most Australian governments have been slow to prepare the health services for the inevitable challenges. Fifty health, social welfare and conservation groups, representing over one million Australians, have issued an open letter to all political parties and candidates in… Continue reading »