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Congratulations to Professor Tony McMichael

August 7, 2007 - ...community awareness of the importance of health and medical research in our everyday lives. Australians are able to send personal messages of thanks to medical researchers for the work they do to protect and enhance our quality of life via the Research Australia “Thank You” Day website (www.thankyouday.org ) or SMS 0428THANKS. Over 350,000 messages of thanks were received during the campaign last year. Research Australia is a unique national alliance of over 190 member and donor organisations with a common mission to make health and medical research a higher national priority. For more information on Research Australia visit www.researchaustralia.org...

Leichhardt: Take strong climate action this election

February 16, 2022 - ...nurse) from Harmony Family Medical Centre, Cairns. “Our team at Pease St Wholelife Pharmacy and health foods understand that climate change is impacting the health of the community we service. We ask our leaders to take urgent action on climate change, in line with the science, to protect the health of our Far North Queensland community and to ensure a safe and prosperous future for the next generation.” – Vince Pappalardo, Pharmacist, Cairns. “We need to start acting now to ensure a health future for our children and future generations” Dr Nisha Manoheran, GP, Cairns “The world will not be...

Budget2020: DEA calls for a #HealthyRecovery

October 8, 2020 - ...fuels.  The Australian Energy Market Operator’s (AEMO) Integrated System Plan “step change scenario” must be prioritised over gas in the recovery because of its inherent long term advantages in cheap, reliable energy, and to lower emissions.  Social housing A social housing stimulus package has been flagged. DEA supports this but it must be accompanied by mandated efficiency measures and rebates for solar power, heat pumps for air conditioning and hot water, and adequate green spaces in housing developments. Beyond Zero’s Million Jobs Plan describes how this can work. Retrofitting older dwellings for energy efficiency should also be supported, as in the UK....

Humble pushie beats the car

Humble pushie beats the car

Cecile Barnard and Juerg Draeyer are great advocates of leaving the car at home and riding and want everyone to embrace todays 'National Ride2Work day'.

October 19, 2012 - DEA member Juerg Draeyer appeared in the Rockhampton Morning Bulletin – 18/10/12 YEPPOON GP Juerg Draeyer has been practising what he preaches and riding his bicycle to work for the past five years. Dr Draeyer said leaving the car at home and riding was a healthy, environmentally friendly, cheap and fun way to get around. “I never have to search for a car park and I know that riding is good for my health,” Dr Draeyer said.”Today is National Ride2Work day and I would love to see a greater proportion of my own patients and the general public seriously consider...

Report on Zero Emissions at the “Target Zero” conference, Melbourne 30 June

July 8, 2007 - ...and to be in production by 2015. ( all going according to plan). There are several other firms that have licences to explore other sites so this has great potential even though the sites are remote from high population areas. Direct current transmission would limit energy loss to 15%. I came away from this conference with a increased optimism that there are steps that can be taken to alleviate greenhouse gas pollution that are effective and relatively cheap and which can be applied in a much shorter time frame than the likes of nuclear power generation or carbon sequestration from...

Dr Kate Charlesworth: Children are more at risk from gas stoves in the home

January 27, 2022 - ...in decade’s time that we actually did this,” Associate Professor Green said. “There’s no excuse other than a lack of awareness and a really good campaign by the fossil fuel industry to sell us something we [don’t need]. “Every [house] from now on should be putting in induction, especially because the price of induction stove tops is so cheap now.” The Climate Council published a report last year that estimated that cooking with gas was responsible for around 12 per cent of the “burden of childhood asthma” and was comparable to household cigarette smoke. Read the full article at ABC News Australia Share this...

The Costs of Urban Sprawl

March 29, 2011 - This paper details the health costs of urban sprawl and puts into the sphere of urban planning one of the important public health issues of our time, lack of exercise and obesity. However as we all know the impact of sprawl is much wider than this for paucity of public transport brings social isolation and depression. The high cost of housing is determining that new houses are on cheap land out in the donga built by developers at the behest of governments which want more people. As a profession we should not be divorced from such matters for they affect...

Coal’s Economic Cost to Human Health

March 6, 2013 - Hopefully the day will come when Alan Kohler points to his daily graph on ABC News and announces knowingly “today the cost of coal has doubled…… there was an unfortunate accounting error in yesterday’s price”. He will have taken a vital step for humanity and human health. “Coal is the cheapest source of energy” is the oft repeated mantra not only of industry but of ministers. It is only cheap under accounting that ignores full costs. With full cost accounting of externalities it is likely to be the most expensive fuel and the acceptance of this simple concept would pave...

Health impact justifies renewable energy

October 17, 2012 - ...they constitute “market failure”. Climate change and air pollution in particular represent major failures and have prompted action to address them on economic grounds. However, it is the daunting health impacts that now provide the most urgent and compelling reasons to reassess how we generate energy. Wind generation is now comparable in cost to coal and gas generation even when the health costs are excluded, and according to government projections wind will be the cheapest form of power by 2020, with solar PV not far behind. Wind power can provide cheap, almost emissions-free power generation and has displaced fossil fuel...

Review of the Health Impacts of Coal Seam Gas

August 30, 2011 - ...gas, which is cheap in infrastructure and profitable, is crowding out the investment in renewable energy • None of these issues have been analysed by state governments n their rush to sign up projects and pocket royalties. As far as we can determine none have been considered in any of the environmental processes carried out in Queensland and New South Wales. CSG mining threatens water supplies both in the volume of usage and in the possibility of contamination of aquifers. The effluent is salty and contaminated. These pose health hazards. • Water authorities expressed concerns before many contracts were signed...

The Gulf of Mexico oil calamity—a blessing in disguise?

June 19, 2010 - ...resource. We consume more than 20 percent of the world’s oil, but have less than 2 percent of the world’s oil reserves. And that’s part of the reason oil companies are drilling a mile beneath the surface of the ocean — because we’re running out of places to drill on land and in shallow water. For decades, we have known the days of cheap and easily accessible oil were numbered. For decades, we’ve talked and talked about the need to end America’s century-long addiction to fossil fuels. And for decades, we have failed to act with the sense of urgency...

Climate Change and Health Poster

Climate Change and Health Poster

December 1, 2007 - ...vital that we avoid this dangerous level of climate change. “The scientific understanding of climate change is now sufficiently clear to justify nations taking prompt action”. The Science Academies of the G8 nations. By using energy more efficiently, producing energy from renewable sources like solar and wind, and being smart about our travel choices we can substantially reduce the production of greenhouse gases. By making smart energy choices you can lower greenhouse gas production, reduce climate change and help save lives. Choose one of the simple and cheap actions from the script and start today – it’s not too late!...

Climate Change and Health Poster

Climate Change and Health Poster

December 1, 2007 - ...we avoid this dangerous level of climate change. “The scientific understanding of climate change is now sufficiently clear to justify nations taking prompt action”. The Science Academies of the G8 nations. By using energy more efficiently, producing energy from renewable sources like solar and wind, and being smart about our travel choices we can substantially reduce the production of greenhouse gases. By making smart energy choices you can lower greenhouse gas production, reduce climate change and help save lives. Choose one of the simple and cheap actions from the script and start today – it’s not too late! Keywords: ~...

Climate Change and Population

June 5, 2009 - ...for education of women and girls, education of couples on family planning, and on all options available to optimise family planning (perhaps along the lines of Thailand and Iran) • this conference makes recommendations on the urgent need for public awareness campaigns on the connections between rising population and fossil fuel carbon emissions • this conference makes recommendations on the urgent need for the provision of universally free – or very cheap and affordable – family planning counselling and support, including the provision of contraceptive and sterilisation services. The submission can be read in full at http://unfccc.int/parties_observers/ngo/submissions/items/3689.php and search “population...

The Problem Is Simple: Too Many People, Too Much Stuff

September 9, 2008 - ...fertility rates and toward topics like “changing sexual mores” — avoiding discussion of the contribution demographics is making to a possible collapse of civilization. Silence on the overconsumption (Affluence) factor in the I=PAT equation is more readily explained. Consumption is still viewed as an unalloyed good by many economists, along with business leaders and politicians, who tend to see jacking up consumption as a cure-all for economic ills. Too much unemployment? Encourage people to buy an SUV or a new refrigerator. Perpetual growth is the creed of the cancer cell, but third-rate economists can’t think of anything else. Some leading...

Greening the Desert. How Farmers in Sahel Confound Scientists

January 4, 2008 - ...view could be contested. I hope you will read this interesting article Scientists are catching up with farmers on how local knowledge and cooperation can work miracles. Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Lim Li Ching We thank the Institute of Science in Society for premission to publish http://www.i-sis.org.uk A fully referenced version of this article is posted on ISIS members’ website. Greening the Desert Scientists Catch up with Reality For years, many scientists have been making dire predictions of widespread irreversible ‘desertification’ in the African Sahel. But recent findings have proven them wrong. Satellite images consistently show an increase in ‘greenness’...

Tasmanian Forests Update

November 13, 2012 - ...now. You can find out more about this direct action protest by a remarkable young woman at http://observertree.org/about/ It’s hard to believe, but one of Malaysia’s biggest wood cartels is ripping through the Tasmanian wilderness, sourcing wood that comes from the destruction of high conservation value forests and selling it in Japan as “eco-friendly” plywood. Ta Ann is the company and they supply companies like Panasonic who may unwittingly believe the eco-spin and buy this plywood, selling it on to the Japanese housing companies and the public. For more information and to send a message to the company see: https://taann.good.do/cyberaction/stop-walking-on-tasmania-s-ancient-forests/...

The West is partly responsible for China’s green house emissions

June 19, 2009 - The West is partly responsible for China’s green house emissions A Chinese intellectual visiting the US was heard to say that the Americans must be mad to buy all this rubbish; he was referring to the mountains of Chinese consumables. Here lies the problem in apportioning responsibility for green house emissions. China is now the largest emitter in the world and a new study shows that exports to the West are a major source of these emissions. In summary, half of the increase in emissions is due to production of exported goods and services, 60 per cent of which are...

“Overloading Australia” by Mark O’Connor and William Lines. Book Review

June 22, 2009 - ...Aborigines seems to be an argument against “sorry” rather than part of the overloading debate. This aside, our members should buy or consult this book in their lobbying for a better world. Included in suggestions for the way forward is “Instruction for all new arrivals on the fact that they are entering a largely desert continent, and one whose unique animals and plants are already severely stressed by the activities of the existing population.” Surely the instruction and indeed education should be for the successors of Mr Beattie and Mr Iemma and their co-Governments? There lies the problem. David Shearman...