Articles by: Hilary Bambrick

Author Biography:

Hilary Bambrick has researched the health implications of climate change for more than two decades, in particular, health risk assessment, adaptation and resilience. She is an environmental epidemiologist and anthropologist, and has worked with the World Health Organization and UN Development Programme on national adaptation and health systems resilience strategies. She is a councillor and health
spokesperson with the Climate Council.

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