Health and Climate Change in Oceania

The Lancet Countdown: Health and Climate Change in Oceania

The Lancet Countdown: Health and Climate Change in Oceania is tracking the connections between public health and climate change across Oceania. The Lancet Countdown in Oceania has produced annual indicator reports since 2018 and policy briefs to monitor health and climate change in the region.

About Us

Learn more about the work of the Lancet Countdown: Health and Climate Change in Oceania.

Reports and Publications

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Event Recordings

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Dr Paul Beggs, Director

Paul is an Associate Professor in the School of Natural Sciences at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. He is an environmental health scientist with expertise in health and climate change, and his main research focus is the impacts of climate change on allergens such as pollen and allergic diseases such as asthma.

Dr Ying Zhang, Co-Director

Associate Professor Ying Zhang is a senior epidemiologist at the School of Public Health, University of Sydney. Her work has been dedicated to research, education and engagement on climate change and health in Australia and internationally for many years.

Dr Alice McGushin, Co-Director

Alice is a Public Health Registrar in East of England and an Academic Clinical Fellow at the MRC Epidemiology Unit at the University of Cambridge. As an Australian, prior to heading to the UK to study and work, she studied medicine at the University of Tasmania and worked as a medical doctor in Western Australia and Tasmania.