Disproportionate burdens: the multidimensional impacts of climate change on the health of Indigenous Australians

@article{Green2009DisproportionateBT,
  title={Disproportionate burdens: the multidimensional impacts of climate change on the health of Indigenous Australians},
  author={Donna Green and Ursula King and Joe Morrison},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  year={2009},
  volume={190}
}
For Indigenous Australians, the " health of country " is inextricably linked with human health he impacts of climate change on human health are now being documented in Australia. 1 Not surprisingly, these impacts are unequally distributed across our society, as vulnerability depends on a number of factors, including the degree of exposure, sensitivity and adaptive capacity. However, intra-national heterogeneity of climate impacts on health has not been adequately documented to date. 2 Using… 
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