CAR regularly hosts seminar series and workshops and produces resources and government submissions. Most of these are available below.


CAR also provides a variety of funding opportunities such as seed funding, postdoctoral and PhD positions.


If you wish to be updated on these resources, or funding opportunities, please complete our subscription form or contact us directly

Seminar series

CAR hosts a regular online seminar series. In these one-hour talks, CAR members and invited speakers discuss their latest findings, latest techniques, or any topic that improves the capacity of CAR. Most of these seminars are recorded and available after the event. To receive updates on upcoming seminars, please complete our subscription form or contact us directly


Data blending workshop

In September 2017 CAR ran a technical workshop on the theme of exposure assessment in air quality with a focus on data/model blending approaches for air quality/health modelling studies. Here we have uploaded the presentations from that day.

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Gas stoves and asthma in children

Our latest factsheet, in collaboration with the National Asthma Council, looks at the link between the use of gas stoves and childhood asthma. The information for this was based on our research findings from April 2018 which showed that 12 per cent of childhood asthma is attributed to the use of gas stoves for cooking.

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Government submissions

CAR is dedicated to translating our research into positive policy outcomes. That's why CAR generates submissions to government departments to inform their policy-making process.
We provide submissions on areas related to our research programs and our expertise. 

Funding initiatives

As part of its capacity building function, CAR regularly provides seed funding for research projects related to its research themes. It also provides PhD top ups and project and support grants. Find out more details via the following link.

Past CAR reports 

Review of the health impacts of emission sources, types and levels of particulate matter air pollution in ambient air in NSW

In 2015, the NSW EPA and the NSW Ministry of Health, Environmental Health Branch commissioned CAR to undertake a review of the health effects of particulate matter (PM) in NSW.  This report provides a comprehensive review of international and Australian evidence related to the health effects of exposure to outdoor (ambient) PM air pollution.

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Content from the previous CAR site 

The old CAR site has now become inactive but a version of it is still available through this link for the immediate future. After this time, content from the site will still be able to be accessed by contacting us

Useful links

Below are links that are useful for those interested in understanding the connection between environmental pollution and population health.

Australian Regulatory Agencies 

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