Centre for Air pollution, energy and health Research

 

An NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence

Join us in-person or online to hear about new research findings on the health impacts of air pollution and learn about the CAR collaborative research experience

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02 May 2022

CAR Symposium 2022 - Register now 

The Centre for Air pollution, energy and health Research (CAR) 2022 Symposium will focus on collaborations & partnerships for improved air quality.

We will hear from Prof Lidia Morawska on "What is the role for international agencies in pursuing safe air?"

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30 March 2022

Bushfire smoke and your health

We've updated our factsheet on the health impacts of bushfire smoke to incorporate practical considerations to protect yourself from bushfire smoke during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Read factsheet

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11 March 2022

Tackling air pollution now: Election priorities released

We've just released our full policy priorities for the next federal election. Read about the 6 actions the next government needs to undertake to improve air quality in Australia

 

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We are a virtual centre that brings together more than 30 researchers from around Australia and internationally to pursue collaborative research projects and translate our research into practice. Our research aims to understand the health impacts of air pollution and new energy sources.

 

Our vision is for a healthier community through cleaner air and cleaner energy sources.  

Events

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01 April 2022

RECORDING AVAILABLE:
What should the next government do to improve air quality? 

In the lead up to the 2022 Federal Election, hear from our Chief Investigators Fay Johnston and Graeme Zosky as they outline our 6 policy priorities to improve air quality in Australia

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18 February 2022

February webinar: Climate Change communication: best practice, tips and tricks

Hear from Dylan Quinnell from the Climate Media Centre as he explains    how to best and most effectively communicate about climate change and the health impacts with a general Australian audience and the media

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22 December 2021

December webinar:
Air pollution and sleep apnea

David Clark from the University of Melbourne presented a webinar on the association between traffic-related air pollution and obstructive sleep apnea.

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