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Scientific Advisory Committee

October 6, 2020 - ...weekly ‘explainers’ around the science of COVID-19. Close biography Prof Michael Kidd AM Read biography Professor Michael Kidd AM is a general practitioner and Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Flinders University. He is a past president of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and the current president of the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA). He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences and a member of the Council of the National Health and Medical Research Council. Close biography Prof David de...

Constitution

August 12, 2016 - ...is given in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution. (b) The Secretary shall ensure that records are kept of the Association including this Constitution and policies, a register of members, a register of minutes of meetings of the Board and of the Association in Annual General Meeting and Special General Meeting howsoever held including a register of proxies for each such meeting (if any), a register of notices, a file of correspondence, and records of submissions or reports made by or on behalf of the Association. (c) In the absence of the Secretary or at the request of the...

UN Convention Recognises GM Tree Threat

June 1, 2006 - ...of multiple uses of forests that preserves that diversity (“Multiple uses of forests”, SiS 25) [21]. The declaration of the UN CBD to take a precautionary approach to GM trees is a helpful step towards the proposed moratorium on GM trees. This article can be found on the I-SIS website at http://www.i- sis.org.uk/UNCRGETT.php The Institute of Science in Society, PO Box 51885, London NW2 9DH telephone: [44 20 8452 2729] [44 20 7272 5636] General Enquiries sam@i-sis.org.uk – Website/Mailing List press-release@i-sis.org.uk – ISIS Director m.w.ho@i- sis.org.uk We thank The Institute of Science in Society for permission to publish Keywords: ~...

Media release: Australia’s peak medical groups unite for a climate-focussed healthy recovery from COVID-19

August 11, 2020 - ...centre of more holistic and whole-of-government approach to an economic recovery that also addresses the pressing impacts of climate emergency.” Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG), President Dr Vijay Roach “It is the responsibility of governments, institutions and individuals, to urgently address the causes and impacts of climate change. “Australia must introduce policies to reduce carbon emissions, and slow environmental degradation, for the benefit of women and girls and the entire population.” Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM), President Dr Ewen McPhee “People living in rural and remote areas, including Aboriginal and Torres...

Argentina’s Roundup Human Tragedy

November 17, 2010 - ...Peralta, instigator of the lawsuit, August 2010. http://www.gmwatch.eu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=12486:reports-viviana-peralta-interview 12. Comision Provincial de Investigación de Contaminantes del Agua. 2010. Primer informe. Resistencia, Chaco. April. Report available in original Spanish: http://www.gmwatch.eu/files/Chaco_Government_Report_Spanish.pdf or in English translation: http://www.gmwatch.eu/files/Chaco_Government_Report_English.pdf 13. Aranda, D. 2010. La salud no es lo primero en el modelo agroindustrial. Pagina12, June 14. http://www.pagina12.com.ar/diario/elpais/1-147561-2010-06-14.html 14. Cert ID. Cert ID Certified ‘Non-GMO’ Soy Meal and Other Soy Products: Volumes Available from South America. Porto Alegre, Brazil, July 14, 2008. 15. Pesticide residues in food – 1997: Report. Report of the Joint Meeting of the FAO Panel of Experts on Pesticide Residues in Food...

Board

August 12, 2016 - ...Medicine, including many years on the ACEM Public Health and Disaster Committee. Her particular interests within climate action are the intersection of the social determinants of health with climate change and emergency medicine, heat health, waste management and greening healthcare, and the integration of climate and planetary health into university and post graduate medical curriculum and teaching. In her spare time she enjoys reading, hiking and parenting two very exuberant small children. Close biography Kristof Wing Treasurer Read biography Kristof Wing MBBS BMedSci(Hons) is a physician trainee in Darwin who has previously worked in Tasmania and Timor-Leste. He is concerned...

Scientists Concerned For Academic Freedom over GM foods

November 25, 2009 - ...and Traavik, T, letter, Nature Biotechnology 25 (12), p1356, http://www.bioscienceresource.org/commentaries/article.php?id=16; http://www.gmfreecymru.org/pivotal_papers/rottweiler.htm ; http://www.woz.ch/artikel/inhalt/2007/nr44/Wissen/15584.html ; http://www.gmfreecymru.org/pivotal_papers/involvement_ermakova.htm Ironically the same learned journals are decrying the vilification of independent researchers by pro-GM scientists. See “GM crops: Battlefield” by Emily Waltz, Nature 2009, 461, 27-32, http://www.nature.com/news/2009/090902/full/461027a.html?s=news_rss 5. On academic freedom, the Australian Academy of Science wrote as follows, in a submission to a Senate Committee Inquiry into academic freedom. “1. Science makes the most significant advances in an atmosphere of free and critical discussion. Therefore, academic freedom is of crucial importance, particularly in research at universities, institutes and CSIRO. 2. Governments and their representatives...

Transgenic Pea that Made Mice ill

December 16, 2005 - ...ban imposed on all GM food and feed. References 1. “GM crops scrapped as mice made ill”, Selina Mitchell and Leigh Dayton, The Australian, 18 November 2005. http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,5744,17283002%255E2702,00.html Prescott VE, Campbell PM, Moore A, Mattes J, Rothenberg ME, Foster PS, Higgins TJV and Hogan SP. Transgenic expression of bean a-amylase inhibitor in peas results in altered structure and immunogenicity. J Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2005, 53, 9023-30. Nordlee JA, Taylor SL, Townsend JA, Thomas LA & Bush RK. Identification of a brazil-nut allergen in transgenic soybeans. The New England Journal of Medicine 1996, March14, 688-728. I-SIS is a not-for-profit organisation,...

Behind the Seams: who’s asking questions about coal seam gas and health?

March 15, 2012 - ...vast volumes of water and produces huge quantities of waste salt. It is estimated there will be 40,000 coal seam gas wells in Australia, with withdrawal of 300 gigalitres of water per annum (300,000,000,000 litres) from the ground, producing 31 million tonnes of waste salt over the next 30 years. As yet the industry has no solution for this major waste disposal problem. A recent Australian Senate interim report noted concern about the potential impact of the extraction of large volumes of water on aquifers, the risk of water contamination and serious damage to agricultural productivity on some of our...

Black carbon, methane and action on climate change, an update.

May 12, 2012 - ...public health, the environment, and world food productivity. THE POTENTIAL Fast action to reduce short-lived climate pollutants can have a direct impact on global warming, with the potential to reduce the warming expected by 2050 by as much as 0.5 Celsius degrees. At the same time, by 2030, such action can prevent millions of premature deaths, while also avoiding the annual loss of more than 30 million tons of crops. Moreover, many of these benefits can be achieved at low cost and with significant energy savings. THE RESPONSE Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton today announced the Climate and Clean...

Media release: Open Letter- prominent health leaders and groups warn ‘failing’ nature laws will lead to further public health crises

May 25, 2020 - ...of most of the medicines we rely on. They also provide places for recreation, psychological rejuvenation and spiritual connection. Connecting with nature leads to happier, healthier communities.”   The open letter organised by Doctors for the Environment Australia and the Climate and Health Alliance says Australia needs new environment laws to repair past damage and respond to the scale of challenges that we are facing:   • Australia has the second highest rate of biodiversity loss in the world and is globally recognised as a land clearing and deforestation ‘hotspot’.   • Scarce water resources are in decline, threatening many rural and regional...

AMA and DEA Make Joint Call for Emissions Reduction in Healthcare

March 17, 2021 - ...to global warming. It has large purchasing power through how it procures energy, chooses goods and service and travel options. There are also additional health benefits from low carbon energy, transport and dietary choices – such as decreased air pollution and increased physical activity and reduced diet-related illnesses. A sustainable healthcare unit would assist the healthcare sector to deliver quality healthcare in environmentally and financially sustainable ways, including: Co-ordinating targeted measurement of the healthcare sector’s carbon footprint and environmental impact. Analysing trends, benchmarking and assessment of carbon reduction strategies within clinical pathways, organisational processes, technology advancements and purchasing / manufacturing....

US Opposition to GMOs Gathers Momentu

June 25, 2009 - ...of Environmental Medicine. (2009) Genetically Modified Foods. http://aaemonline.org/gmopost.html. 2. Gurian-Sherman, D. Failure to Yield. Union of Concerned Scientists, April 2009. http://www.ucsusa.org/assets/documents/food_and_agriculture/failure-to-yield.pdf 3. Ho MW, Burcher S, Lim LC, et al. Food Futures Now, Organic, Sustainable, Fossil Fuel Free, ISIS TWN, London, 2008. http://www.i-sis.org.uk/foodFutures.php 4. Pfeifer, K. (2009) Comments on UCS Report “Failure to Yield”, American Oxfam, 14 April. http://www.ucsusa.org/assets/documents/food_and_agriculture/Oxfam-statement-on-FTY.pdf 5. Pollock, A. Crop scientists say biotechnology seed companies are thwarting research. New York Times, 20 February 2009. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/20/business/20crop.html?_r=1 The original (anonymous) statement is Docket EPA-HQ-OPP-2008-0836. http://www.regulations.gov/fdmspublic/component/main?main=DocumentDetail&o=090000648084de39 6. Health Care Reform: Scrap GMOs. Now Public, 6 June, 2009 http://www.nowpublic.com/world/health-care-reform-scrap-gmos Keywords: ~...

Work With Us

November 18, 2020 - ...role in the organization by mobilising DEA’s membership and providing them with opportunities for campaigning in their communities and electorates. As Campaigns Coordinator you will: Lead the development of campaigning strategy that has both an on-ground and digital presence Lead the planning and implementation of an electorate-based campaign. Work with, and support, DEA’s Campaigns Committee and the digital communications and campaigning officer to develop and implement campaigns Develop and work within alliances that might form part of a broader campaign Develop key metrics to track progress of the campaign Provide opportunities for DEA members to participate in campaigning Conduct online...

DEA Code of Conduct

October 7, 2020 - ...footprint.  6. Avoiding corruption  Maintain high standards of professional integrity and transparency by:  Rejecting inappropriate gifts from governments, donors, suppliers and other persons when offered as a result of work with DEA. Informing DEA prior to accepting any financial offer to represent DEA.  Acting against corruption and not offering, promising, giving or accepting any bribes. 7. Use of financial and other resources Responsible use of DEA’s information, equipment, money and resources by:  Respecting and protecting the physical and intellectual property of DEA.  Appropriately accounting for all DEA money and property (e.g. equipment, accommodation, computers, use of the internet and email). Anyone...

Origin & History of Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA)

August 5, 2016 - How DEA began…  Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA) arose as a branch of the International Society of Doctors for the Environment (ISDE), based in Switzerland, founded in 1990 and with member organisations in 38 countries, mainly Europe and the Americas.  The aims of ISDE were to publicise the relationship between the condition of the environment and human health, promote environmentally friendly behaviour amongst physicians, patients, and the public, and to cooperate at all political levels in the reduction of harmful environmental influences on health.  After initial contact between Professor David Shearman and ISDE, it was agreed that the most...

Little by little: the benefits of Australian climate policy

July 21, 2012 - ...Climate Change Authority has been created, to learn from experience and make relevant adjustments. Last year for the Sunday Age/Our Say 10 questions about climate, I made two calculations to assess the potential benefits of Australian climate policy. One applied the policy of both the government and opposition of a 5% reduction in emissions from 2000 by 2020. The other was to estimate a 80% reduction by 2050 – the target within the Clean Energy Act. The first produced a 0.0038 degree reduction by 2100 and the second a 0.02 degree reduction by 2100. At around 2 degrees total global...

Media Release: Launch of 2020 report of the Lancet Countdown on health and climate change

December 2, 2020 - ...and local governments have shown leadership on climate change and health system planning. The national government however has so been slow to adopt mitigation and adaptation measures. Australia’s relative success in containing the COVID-19 pandemic has shown its capacity to respond effectively to public health threats when there is “prompt, evidence-informed, coordinated intervention” across all levels of government. The public health threats posed by climate change demand a similar response. For more information on the 2020 report of the Lancet Countdown:  https://www.lancetcountdown.org To view the compelling video of Dr Kim Loo speaking on the effects of climate change on her patients:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPCh2MTKRwk&feature=youtu.be...