Climate change: A public health issue

Associate Professor Sherilee Harper is working with Indigenous partners to understand the resilience we have and the adaptations we can make to protect our health in this current climate crisis.

Nisa Drozdowski - 30 October 2019

Sherilee Harper examines the health effects of climate change with remote Indigenous partners in the Peruvian Amazon, Canadian Arctic and Ugandan Impenetrable Forest. Combining science and Indigenous knowledge, they co-produce knowledge, interventions and adaptations that can protect the health and wellbeing of us all in this current climate crisis.