April 13, 2021 - A study by DEA member Simon Quilty has found that a sizeable chunk of Northern Territory’s doctors are thinking about leaving the territory because of climate change.
Human pressure on the natural environment is widening and escalating. Environmental threats to human wellbeing, health and survival has become evident over the past two to three decades.
Doctors for the Environment Australia seeks to raise awareness of the risks to local and global human health – present and future – from environmentally damaging and disruptive technological choices and related short-term economic priorities.
DEA is focussed on human-induced climate change, widely regarded as now the most serious, and growing, worldwide threat to human health and survival and to social stability.
March 10, 2021 - After Hours will be a free monthly webinar geared towards a medical audience. Each session will be focus on a specific aspect of the relationship between the climate and public health–and what health professionals can do to respond to these emerging trends.
January 22, 2021 - Human health and the environment are facing massive challenges. DEA made recommendations that include the recognition of and funding for the impending health crises imposed by climate change and the ...