Oct. 17, 2022
The air we breathe, the water we drink and the food systems we rely on are fundamental to human health—and all of these rely on a stable climate.
However, warming temperatures are already impacting air quality, the affordability of some foods, hospital admissions during extreme weather events, and our mental health.
At the same time, research suggests that a low carbon future is a healthier future: A future with more active transport, healthier diets, smarter housing design, and more connected communities.
So how can we best manage climate health risks and make the most of the health benefits of a low carbon future?
To answer these questions, our colleagues at the University of Tasmania AirRater team, have organized an online webinar on Wednesday at 10am with an excellent list of speakers including:
You can register for the webinar here: