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The Costs of Urban Sprawl

March 29, 2011 - ...health and the advance (or deterioration) of social society. Furthermore there are significant green house implications. Like many other government decisions cost cutting on the product leaves others with the tab be it health, cost of living or green house emissions. These matters are complicated; the worry is that many politicians will not grasp the issues as they fail to do with other complex systems like the River Murray or climate change science. As indicated by Garnaut, you have to have a read of this paper! We thank the Environmental Design Guide for provision of the link to this article....

Public Transport, Health and Climate Changeβ€”A DEA initiative

August 16, 2007 - ...written by by Gary Glazebrook and Peter Newman, member of the Scientific Advisory Committee DEA. A link to the manifesto is given in the letter to parliamentarians. Our letter to parliamentarians coincides with the launch of “Moving Australians Sustainably . Transport Policy in the National Interest” http://www.ptua.org.au/federal/ published by the Public Transport Users Association. There is an excellent health section that relates private transport to a significant burden of disease. DEA has made a contribution to this section. This is an excellent document and we recommend you read it. Our letter to parliamentarians and the manifesto point out that all...

The successful campaign (2005-2007) to force the publisher of the Lancet to divest itself from the a

October 10, 2007 - ...prove my suspicion that ecologists are under-represented in such issues, but nor does it alleviate my concerns. I continue to worry that the links between violence, environmental change and sustainability are poorly understood by the ecological community. 2007: the campaign against Reed Elsevier grows In 2007 the campaign against Reed Elsevier’s engagement with the arms trade continued to build. In early 2007 Reed Elsevier announced that it would stop exhibiting cluster bombs.12 Despite this, opposition continued to build, embracing increasingly influential individual and groups. In 2007 the campaign spread beyond the Lancet to two other leading journals: the British Medical...

Climate change and health: preparing for unprecedented challenges

December 14, 2007 - ...for past sins in the way we have inhabited this planet. As the climate scientists tell us, even if greenhouse gas emissions were to stop today, the consequences will be felt throughout this century. In the language of the scientists, human activities have committed this planet to climate change. The emphasis now is on the ability of our human species to adapt to changes that have become inevitable. The warming of the planet will be gradual, but the increasing frequency and severity of extreme weather events – intense storms, heat waves, droughts, and floods – will be abrupt and the...

The Australian Medical Association

August 30, 2010 - Link directly to their work on climate change and public health, including a report launched in September 2005, and their position statement....

Welcome to the DEA Shop

October 26, 2020 - Help promote our vision of a ‘healthy planet, healthy people’ by wearing one of our t-shirts or a well placed sticker can be a real conversation starter! Please note our merchandise is currently only available to logged-in members. Enjoy the DEA Shop – You are logged-in. We hope to have a range of “Friends of DEA” merchandise in the near future. Refunds and Returns Policy. We are happy to discuss a refund for or return of a purchase if the item is faulty or not as described on our website. Please refer to this Consumer Victoria information link in regards...

Minister Burke- don’t mine the Tarkine!

April 19, 2012 - Last month DEA’s Dr Dimity Williams- a Melbourne GP and passionate tree lover- went deep into the Tarkine with the crew from GetUp to help raise awareness on the threat to the Tarkine posed by mining see link : http://www.getup.org.au/campaigns/save-our-forests/tony-burke/dont-mine-the-tarkine Since then, thanks to tens of thousands of GetUp members contacting Tony Burke, the Federal Environment Minister and asking him to personally get his boots dirty in the Tarkine before making a decision on whether or not to approve open cut mining in the middle of the rainforest there’s been a breakthrough. Minister Burke has finally responded and agreed to...

National Student Committee

March 1, 2021 - All committee members are contactable via email on students@dea.org.au Georgia Brown Chair Read biography Georgia is a final year medical student at the University of Newcastle and is passionate about intersectional climate action and medical student empowerment. Georgia has been involved in student organising at university, national and international levels through involvement with AMSA Code Green, the Global Green and Healthy Hospitals Network and the Planetary Health Alliance. A huge nature fanatic, Georgia loves diving, hiking and tending to an extensive indoor plant collection. Close biography Rose Phan Chair Elect Read biography Rose is an international medical student at the...

Slideshow – The Science & Health Impacts of Climate Change

December 27, 2010 - As many of our medical colleagues are unaware of the health impacts of climate change DEA has developed a set of slides which you can use to present to your peers. This PowerPoint presentation covers basic climate science and the health impacts of climate change and uses a medical analogy to put the case for urgent action. (The download link is on the right of screen). It could be used to present to a small group learning meeting in a clinical setting or to a journal club in a hospital environment or community health centre. It comes with accompanying notes...

The Case for Young People and Nature: A Path to a Healthy, Natural, Prosperous Future

May 23, 2011 - ...overwhelming evidence, governments and the fossil fuel industry continue to propose that all fossil fuels must be exploited before the world turns predominantly to clean energies. If governments fail to adopt policies that cause rapid phase-down of fossil fuel emissions, today’s children, future generations, and nature will bear the consequences through no fault of their own. Governments must act immediately to significantly reduce fossil fuel emissions to protect our children’s future and avoid loss of crucial ecosystem services, or else be complicit in this loss and its consequences. …..continued . Please click the adjacent link for the entire paper (pdf)....

Environmental and Development Challenges: the Imperative to Act

February 23, 2012 - ...century or early in the next. The world’s current commitments to reduce emissions are consistent with at least a 3oC rise (50-50 chance) in temperature: a temperature not seen on the planet for around 3 million years, with serious risks of 5oC rise: a temperature not seen on the planet for around 30 million years. Given there are some uncertainties present in all steps of the scientific chain (flows to stocks to temperatures to climate change and impacts), this is a problem of risk management and public action on a great scale. Biodiversity has essential social, NOW READ ON http://mahb.stanford.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Blue-Planet-Laureates-Environmental-and-Development-Challenges-The-Imperative-to-Act.pdf...

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February 5, 2011 - Tag Results for: hospitals Hospitals & Sustainability Co-authored by Brenton Burger and Peter Newman, the latter being Dean of the Curtin University Sustainability… Sustainable Hospitals – Response to Victorian Climate Change Green Paper Doctors for the Environment Australia has a “green hospitals group” and is taking an increasing interest… DEA Guide to Greening Your Hospital Download this pdf article using the link on your right. …...

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February 5, 2011 - Tag Results for: hospital Hospitals & Sustainability Co-authored by Brenton Burger and Peter Newman, the latter being Dean of the Curtin University Sustainability… Sustainable Hospitals – Response to Victorian Climate Change Green Paper Doctors for the Environment Australia has a “green hospitals group” and is taking an increasing interest… DEA Guide to Greening Your Hospital Download this pdf article using the link on your right. …...

DEA Newsletter – December 2020

December 1, 2020 - [administrator notice: content below memberonly ] Click the link below to access the December 2020 newsletter. December-2020_National-Newsletter Download...

DEA Newsletter – November 2020

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Climate change, catastrophic risk and disaster law

April 13, 2012 - ...exposure to risks – can produce climate-related disasters. Climate extremes are disasters where they produce widespread damage and cause severe alterations in the normal functioning of communities and societies. As NSW mops up after the floods and braces for more wet weather, it is timely that we ask ourselves if the law is equipped to deal with catastrophic climate risks. In 2011, the Australian Climate Change Commission said that the catastrophic 2010-2011 floods across eastern Australia were caused by a very strong La Niña event rather than climate change. The Commission concluded, however, that a link between the floods and...

DEA Newsletter – October 2020

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Coal’s Control of Government

August 11, 2011 - Many thanks to PhD candidate Sonya Duss, from the Fenner School of Environment & Society at ANU, for this article. A referenced version of this article is downloadable via the adjacent link. Coal is implicated in a range of controversial issues, leading many people to the conviction that we really need to ‘do something’ about coal. An appreciation of the long-term history of coal and the more specific story of coal in Australia is crucial. Today we are accustomed to the abundant energy from millions of years worth of photosynthesis providing electricity at the flick of a switch and allowing...