Hughes Henry, Adam; Niewojt, Lawrence
This paper discusses the social and policy implications of climate change on theworld�s most arid populated continent. Warmer average temperatures will have real,
identiable 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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