Climate change adaptation to smoke haze for improved child health in Southeast Asia

  • Vardoulakis, Sotiris (CI)
  • Johnston, Fay H. (CoI)
  • Morgan, Geoffrey (CoI)
  • Jalaludin, Bin (CoI)
  • Knibbs, Luke D. (CoI)
  • Pereira, Gavin (CoI)
  • Broome, Richard (CoI)
  • Ward, Jonathan (CoI)

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    Wildfire smoke is an increasing climate change related health threat to which children are particularly vulnerable for both physiologic and behavioural reasons. Wildfire emitted air pollution is associated with approximately 110,000 annual deaths in Southeast Asia, with more recent estimates indicating that around 29,000 child deaths are associated with wildfire smoke in Indonesia alone.
    StatusNot started
    Effective start/end date1/07/2430/06/27


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