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Beyond the Hot Debate: Social and Policy Implications of Climate Change in Australia

Hughes Henry, Adam; Niewojt, Lawrence

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This paper discusses the social and policy implications of climate change on theworld�s most arid populated continent. Warmer average temperatures will have real, identiable impacts on human health, marginalized sectors of the population, and the sustainability of rural and coastal communities in Australia. By analysing indica-tors of environmental health and social welfare we can identify emerging threatsposed by a warmer climate. Policy-makers will need to devise a suite of social policyand...[Show more]

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Date published: 2011
Type: Journal article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/38579
Source: Asia Pacific: Perspectives

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