Climate change and child health in Australia: Likely futures, new inequalities?
This century, Australians are likely to face higher temperatures, shifting rainfall systems, severe droughts and more fires and storms. Food and water costs are increasing, while weather-related disasters and droughts will generate financial insecurity, social dislocation and loss of livelihoods in affected farming, peri-urban and regional communities. These climate-induced changes are also likely to affect human health and well-being, especially children's. Because of their immature organ...[Show more]
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