Session Date: 13 Dec 2023
Session Time: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
About This Event
This is a face to face session in, VICTORIA
Topic: Extreme Weather, Disasters and Your Health
The impacts of climate change are already negatively impacting health, and are disproportionately affecting migrant, refugee and asylum seeker communities. In this session, we discuss a range of health impacts of climate change related to air pollution from bushfires; longer and more severe pollen seasons; severe storms, extreme rainfall and flooding; and infectious diseases. Participants will learn practical strategies to plan and prepare for emergencies which will strengthen their resilience against negative climate-related health impacts, improving health outcomes for themselves, their families and their communities. Other topics in this series look at heatwaves and health, sun safety, mosquito-borne diseases, and asthma impacts of climate change
Address: Ramlegh Family and Community Centre- 80 Thoroughbred Drive, Clyde North
This session capacity is 2 Volunteers from The Water Well Project.
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