Building resilience to Australian flood disasters in the face of climate changeDescription
As the flood waters are receding in parts of New South Wales and Queensland and new forecasts of heavy rain are released, important questions emerge about the resilience of the Australian health system, and ultimately of our communities, to the intensifying extreme events we have experienced in recent years in the context of climate change.
- Explain key components of the perspective.
- List main findings.
- Recognise changes in the approach to building resilience to Australian flood disasters in the face of climate change.
Authors: Sotiris Vardoulakis, Veronica Matthews, Ross S Bailie, Wenbiao Hu, Luis Salvador‐Carulla, Alexandra L Barratt and Cordia Chu
Article Type: Perspective