The University of Queensland’s School of Public Health has engaged Professor Kristie Ebi of the University of Washington to conduct three masterclasses on the approach of ‘detection and attribution’ of human-induced climate change impacts on human health. This is a powerful methodology that identifies where a change has been detected out of the normal range, and the attribution process examines the evidence to determine the influence of climate change on this detected difference. The project will deliver a publication on a climate-induced health case study from Queensland.

Non-UQ Investigators: 

Professor Kristie Ebi, University of Washington
 

Project members

Dr Nina Hall

Senior Lecturer
School of Public Health

Associate Professor Linda Selvey

Associate Professor
School of Public Health