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Thanks to everyone who helped us surpass our funding goal!

June 1, 2021 - We surpassed our annual funding goal by more than $37,000, which is absolutely phenomenal! Our sincere gratitude to everyone who donated. – Original text: Donate to our end of financial year appeal and help us reach our target of $80,000 by the 30 June 2021 All donations of $2 or more to the DEA Fund are tax deductible. Climate change is becoming increasingly hard to ignore. As doctors, we are seeing a growing number of patients presenting with climate-related health conditions, such as bushfires and bushfire smoke, heatwaves, floods, and other extreme weather events.We are also seeing the harms a...

Hospital environmental sustainability: end of the beginning

May 31, 2021 - “Early in May 2021, the Victorian Government released the updated Victoria’s Climate Change Strategy. The state pledged a 45–50% carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalent (CO2e) emissions reduction by 2030 and net zero emissions reduction by 2050″, write two of our members, Dr Eugenie Kayak and Dr Forbes McGain. Continue reading…...

Media statement: Climate emergency a public health emergency which must get top priority – this decade

September 14, 2021 - ...seen them already emerge in Australia. The 2019-2020 bushfire season in Australia saw parts of the country afflicted by the poorest air quality in the world, with large numbers of the population enduring weeks of bushfire smoke and the related adverse health impacts,” the letter states.  “That climate disaster also tragically took more than 30 lives as a direct result of the fires. Since then, we have seen the stark impacts of extreme weather events playing out in the northern hemisphere in 2021. Flooding, fires and heatwaves not only have immediate health risks, but also come with the longer-term physical,...

Media release: The health toll of NSW coal expansion plans

March 31, 2021 - ...the future.  “Farmers also are worried about impacts on their agricultural  land and all of us need to be concerned about our food and water security.  “Coal is a major source of rising greenhouse gas causing climate change, whose impacts we have seen in back-to-back extreme weather events- first we had drought, then mega-bushfires and associated air pollution, and more recently devastating floods.  “Australia can and must do better.  “Making the necessary transition from coal, which will inevitably wind down, to renewables will deliver a health dividend: cleaner air, water and land and a more stable climate.”  Resources Dr Vickers quoted...

The climate apocalypse: Can a collapse of global civilisation be avoided?

September 7, 2021 - United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said “a target of net zero 2050 emissions to address the climate emergency is an illusion, net zero must be in the next decade. There must be no new coal plants built after 2021. OECD countries must phase out existing coal by 2030, with all others following suit by 2040”. This article explains that to do less would facilitate global collapse. Continue reading…...

Electorate Campaigning

December 11, 2020 - Activities undertaken by DEA are carried out to help create the political change necessary to address climate change and other environmental issues that affect health. In 2021 DEA will run a program to boost members’ electorate-based work, including: training/workshops in campaigning and advocacy briefing sessions for MP visits connecting members with each other and with partner organisations If you would like to get involved, or just be informed about work in this area, please contact campaigns@dea.org.au...

DEA Presents Before Climate Change Bill Hearing

February 1, 2021 - ...his breeding stock due to the drought, or the bushfire victim who has lost their house in the fires. The list goes on, and these impacts are not going away.  The most recent report of the 2019-2020 mega-fires in Australia highlights the enormous health impacts of this single environmental catastrophe which affected nearly 80% of Australians. Nearly 19 million hectares was burnt, 1 billion vertebrates died and the economic cost is estimated but to be upwards of $40 billion. The smoke-related health costs were calculated to be AU$ 1.95 billion, a sum driven by an estimated 429 smoke-related premature deaths,...

National Student Committee

March 1, 2021 - ...University of New South Wales with a passion to preserve nature for future generations and sustain life.  At the age of 10, Rose’s life was completely changed when she was first introduced to the concept of climate change at school. Since then, she has continued to further explore the history and politics of climate change, and encouraging people to examine their relationship with nature.  Rose loves getting lost in nature and appreciating its beauty. Close biography Brooke Callahan Project Officer Read biography Brooke is a third year medical student at Monash University, entering her first clinical year at the Alfred...

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

August 5, 2016 - ...Established a relationship with RACGP to distribute poster on Biodiversity and Health to 35,000 RACGP members Bill Castleden and Grant Blashki appointed Al Gore Climate-Educators Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Industry and Resources. Inquiry into the development of Australia’s non-fossil fuel industry: Case study into selected renewable energy sectors Public Transport and Green City Manifesto Joint scientific meeting of DEA and Rural Health West Half-page advertisement in the Weekend Australian on the health aspects of climate change entitled “Enough to make you Sick” 2008 – Climate Change Health Check 2020 Published Climate Change Health Check 2020...

Hunter Power Project (Kurri Kurri Power Station)

August 17, 2021 - ...of greenhouse gases at a time when Australia is required to urgently reduce these emissions and join a global effort to keep global warming under 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial temperature. Failure to do so risks the health and well-being of Australians during the life of this project. The project is against the advice of energy experts who have publicly stated that it is not needed. The large cost of the project and the likely cost of an associated pipeline project will burden the next generation with debt while contributing to the impacts they will endure from climate change. Click...

An open letter to Susan Ley

July 6, 2021 - 24th June 2021 Dear Honourable Minister Sussan Ley,  We write as a group of concerned medical professionals regarding the Chinese state-owned Minerals and Metals Group (MMG) proposal to build the Rosebery Tailings Storage Facility in takayna/ Tarkine, in Tasmania’s north-west.We are alarmed at  MMG’s proposal to expand their mining operations in an area of great ecological and cultural significance, and call for an emergency National Heritage Listing of takayna/ Tarkine. We support the Bob Brown Foundation’s nomination, which is based upon the Australian Heritage Council’s recommendations of September 2012. We note MMG’s proposal involves clearing 140 hectares of rainforest in...

Happy 20-year anniversary DEA!

April 23, 2021 - 2001-2021 Celebrating two decades of protecting health through care of the environment. This year marks the 20th anniversary of Doctors for the Environment Australia. DEA came about after a group of doctors who were concerned about the effects of environmental harms on people’s health met at a kitchen table in an Adelaide home with a vision for a healthy planet, healthy people. We’re incredibly proud to celebrate where we have come from, and how much we have achieved in this time – the result of the combined efforts of so many dedicated members.   With the growth of major environmental challenges...