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Research network to focus on health impacts of climate change


Australian National University brings together 100 researchers to address environmental and health challenges

The effects of climate change on health are to be investigated by a 28-member research network led by the Australian National University.

The ANU-led Healthy Environments and Lives Network was launched on 17 and 18 November with a two-day conference discussing issues such as public health, the effects of bushfires, biosecurity and Indigenous resilience.

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