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Al Gore, a Plan to Repower America to Counter Climate Change

July 21, 2008 - ...only a truly dysfunctional system that would buy into the perverse logic that the short-term answer to high gasoline prices is drilling for more oil ten years from now. Am I the only one who finds it strange that our government so often adopts a so-called solution that has absolutely nothing to do with the problem it is supposed to address? When people rightly complain about higher gasoline prices, we propose to give more money to the oil companies and pretend that they’re going to bring gasoline prices down. It will do nothing of the sort, and everyone knows it....

Doctors call on the Australian health sector to follow NHS England’s commitment to a net-zero target

October 2, 2020 - ...which contributes to a warming climate, as well as air pollution which is associated with 3000 premature deaths annually in Australia. “ NHS England is the first national health system to commit to net zero carbon emissions, and the first major health system, public or private, to make a commitment of this scale.  In today’s announcement, the health service committed to achieve:  net zero emissions for the NHS’s carbon footprint by 2040, with an ambition for an interim 80% reduction by 2028-2032;   and to achieve net zero in its wider supply chain by 2045.  “COVID-19 has challenged us to adapt and...

Please Buy Environmentally and Health Friendly Copy Paper for your Practice!

May 24, 2007 - ...copying. • Evolve Business is suitable for use in colour copiers • Made in UK • Price – $5.72 – $8.50 per ream Canon 100 (Nautilus) • 100% recycled (approx 50% post consumer waste) • TCF bleached • 100 years archival quality • Recommended for black and white double or single sided photocopiers and printers • Made in Austria • Price – $5.80 – $7.98 per ream “Best of Triotec” (ecopy/Officeworks Recycled) • 50% recycled (43% post consumer waste) and 50% virgin fibre (35% plantation) • TCF bleached • 100 years archival quality • Recommended for use in inkjet printers,...

DEA responds to the Federal Opposition’s target of zero net carbon emissions by 2050

February 26, 2020 - The commitment by the ALP to a target of zero net carbon emissions by 2050 is a welcome sign that Australia may eventually join 73 other countries in doing so, but it doesn’t go far enough, states DEA’s national co-chair Professor Kingsley Faulkner. Labor’s target of zero net carbon emissions by 2050 was delivered in a speech by the Leader of the Federal Opposition Hon Anthony Albanese MHR. The speech was also a withering criticism of the lack of federal leadership on climate change prior to the widespread devastation and death suffered during the horrific 2019/2020 summer and the prolonged...

Report: Net Zero Emissions for Australia’s healthcare sector (14 Dec 2020)

December 13, 2020 - ...healthcare services are vulnerable to a range of risks, including an increase in patient demand and threats to infrastructure, workforce and supply chains. Yet the healthcare sector itself is a significant contributor to climate change through its own carbon footprint, which is estimated to be 7% of Australia’s total carbon emissions. DEA is calling on the healthcare sector to achieve: – An interim emission reduction target of 80% by 2030. – Net zero emissions by 2040. A new report charts this course: “Net zero carbon emissions: responsibilities, pathways and opportunities for Australia’s healthcare sector” Click here to access the Net Zero Carbon Emissions Report....

New Podcast Episode: Net Zero Emissions for Australia’s healthcare sector with Dr. Eugenie Kayak

March 24, 2021 - ...healthcare services are vulnerable to a range of risks, including an increase in patient demand and threats to infrastructure, workforce and supply chains. Yet the healthcare sector itself is a significant contributor to climate change through its own carbon footprint, which is estimated to be 7% of Australia’s total carbon emissions. DEA is calling on the healthcare sector to achieve: – An interim emission reduction target of 80% by 2030. – Net zero emissions by 2040. A new report charts this course: “Net zero carbon emissions: responsibilities, pathways and opportunities for Australia’s healthcare sector” Click here to access the Net Zero Carbon Emissions Report....

Forget Bush for the moment, let’s worry about China!

December 9, 2007 - ...continue to have one of the world’s worst environmental records, and the Chinese people and the rest of the world will pay the price. SINS OF EMISSION China’s rapid development, often touted as an economic miracle, has become an environmental disaster. Record growth necessarily requires the gargantuan consumption of resources, but in China energy use has been especially unclean and inefficient, with dire consequences for the country’s air, land, and water. The coal that has powered China’s economic growth, for example, is also choking its people. Coal provides about 70 percent of China’s energy needs: the country consumed some 2.4...

Independent Australia: Why can’t the Australian Healthcare Sector commit to net zero emissions if the National Health Service (NHS) can?

November 11, 2020 - The UK’s NHS has announced a wide-sweeping plan to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2040, the first national health system in the world to do so, writes Dr Caroline Lee. It’s ambitious. It’s necessary. It’s the right thing to do. If the UK can do it, why can’t we? In practical terms, net zero carbon emissions across the health system means means addressing all sources of carbon pollution within the sector. This including  updating hospital infrastructure, optimising energy use, building new low-emissions hospitals, reducing transport emissions, reducing specific carbon-intensive medicines, increasing use of telehealth and working with suppliers to...

Green China and Young China

August 1, 2007 - ...however, they do not stay there. Instead they move to Bejing where they buy luxury villas and push up house prices. They have also pushed up property prices in all the coastal regions of north China. If these areas then become polluted, they will no doubt move to the US, Canada or Australia and cause inflation there too. They create pollution, but are removed from its consequences. They take all the benefits of polluting industries, but pay nothing towards the clean-up costs. Although the speed of our economic development has been high, the rewards have not been fairly distributed. Power...

Health ministers’ attacks on climate change action are just sick

August 21, 2012 - This article, co-authored by Fiona Armstrong and Stephan Lewandowsky first appeared on the Conversation and appears here under a Creative Commons licence. By Stephan Lewandowsky , University of Western Australia The ACCC has been vigilant about following up the 45 or so carbon price gouging complaints it gets each day. But who can stop the politicians? Their relentless carbon price scare campaigns seek to frighten, rather than inform, an increasingly polarised public who should be getting the facts on health and climate change. Take, for example, the Liberal Health Minister in Victoria, David Davis. His recent contribution to the climate...

Little by little: the benefits of Australian climate policy

July 21, 2012 - ...with a $10 billion carbon levy is committing national suicide makes no economic sense whatsoever. The GFC, the higher dollar, and the GST were all larger shocks than this will prove to be. Trying to unmake the omelette, as Tony Abbott is promising to do, would also be economically disruptive, as well as poor risk management. Some people demand to know exactly how much a carbon price will reduce emissions. Such a price does not translate directly into an accurate reduction in greenhouse gases any more than Reserve Bank interest rate changes translate directly into inflation figures. That’s why the...

Independent Australia: Australia needs to commit to target of net-zero emissions by 2050

March 2, 2020 - After two decades of refusal to acknowledge the science of climate change, change, it has taken a national bushfire tragedy for policy-makers to wake-up, writes Dr John Iser From climate change denial to recent acceptance is a remarkable transformation which has both astonished and frustrated climate and health scientists and environmentalists.  However, rather than outlining a comprehensive emissions reduction program, reports last week stated that the Australian Government is planning to take a “technology investment target” to the UN Summit in Glasgow later this year in an attempt to avoid signing up to a net-zero emissions target by 2050.  If...

AMA and DEA Make Joint Call for Emissions Reduction in Healthcare

March 17, 2021 - ...Leading and co-ordinating research, policy development, system changes and staff engagement to maximise effectiveness and successful implementation of initiatives at state, regional, health network, hospital and practice levels. Resources You can access a PDF version of the joint statement from the Australian Medical Association and Doctors for the Environment Australia here. DEA reports: Net zero carbon emissions: responsibilities, pathways and opportunities for Australia’s healthcare sector An Australian Healthcare Sustainability Unit (HSU) DEA Proposal Selected media Health sector can save lives by reducing its carbon footprint, op-ed by Kate Charlesworth Health care must be part of climate change solution, recent article...

Carbon Offsetting Your Personal Footprint- A Guide

February 25, 2008 - ...which offsets to buy it is important to remember that we need to cut emissions now, and it is my opinion that renewable energy schemes need all the funding they can get as possible as quickly as possible, because 50% of all emissions in Australia are due to fossil fuel powered electricity generation (Australian Greenhouse Office, 2005). Revisiting point three, when it comes to conference travel always ask if there is a video/web link and see if you can organise a group of colleagues in your area to attend a satellite event linked to the main conference: this is the...

DEA welcomes HCWH’s global road map for zero emissions in healthcare

DEA welcomes HCWH’s global road map for zero emissions in healthcare

April 16, 2021 - ...healthcare sector In conjunction with the Australian Medical Association, DEA are calling for an 80% reduction in emissions by 2030, with net zero emissions by 2040. Transitioning to 100% clean renewable electricity without fossil gas for hospitals, investment in zero emissions buildings and infrastructure and establishing a national Sustainable Healthcare Unit to coordinate and measure outcomes are central for healthcare to begin contributing meaningfully toward national and state/territory net zero emissions efforts. Dr Hayden Burch, co-author of DEAs net zero emissions report, says that “given health care is dedicated to promoting health, preventing disease, and delivering health care services that...

How Peak Oil will affect Health Care

July 6, 2008 - ...yet demand for oil continues to rise. Simple economic theory dictates that the price of oil will rise rapidly as demand outstrips supply, and this is demonstrated by the recent price of oil exceeding $100 per barrel. Oil underpins the UK National Health System, as well as the functioning of wider society, and in order to prevent a collapse of the NHS, radical change is suggested. The key to societal survival of peak oil is a drastic reduction in reliance on oil, and Cuba provides a model of how this had to be achieved in health care when the 1990s...

Examining links between AIDS and Climate Change

August 5, 2008 - The AIDS epidemic and the climate change phenomenon are two of the most important “long wave” global issues of the recent past, present and future. They share similarities, interactions, and present possibilities for a more united response. For that reason, several UN agencies, research institutes from Switzerland, India, South Africa and Canada as well as the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies gathered to analyse the existing links between AIDS and climate change in a technical meeting held in Nyon, Switzerland, on 20 May 2008. Furthermore, a joint position paper on AIDS and climate change was commissioned...

Launch of New Report on Sustainable Healthcare

March 2, 2021 - ...healthcare services are vulnerable to a range of risks, including an increase in patient demand and threats to infrastructure, workforce and supply chains. Yet the healthcare sector itself is a significant contributor to climate change through its own carbon footprint, which is estimated to be 7% of Australia’s total carbon emissions. DEA is calling on the healthcare sector to achieve: – An interim emission reduction target of 80% by 2030. – Net zero emissions by 2040. A new report charts this course: “Net zero carbon emissions: responsibilities, pathways and opportunities for Australia’s healthcare sector” Click here to access the Net Zero Carbon Emissions Report....

MJA Media Release – Carbon Pricing is a Health Protection Policy

September 19, 2011 - ...or other means, enables societies to reduce their carbon emissions more efficiently by using the power of market forces. “A carbon price is especially in the interests of those with low incomes, whose lives will be more disrupted by climate change than will the lives of the wealthy, and among whom the negative health impacts will be greater,” Prof Howden-Chapman said. “Health sector organisations should therefore all support putting a price on carbon, along with other policies needed to transition to a low-carbon society. “These organisations need to highlight the potential health benefits of such policies, while monitoring policy packages...