To build an evidence informed health sector capable of responding to the health impacts of environmental change.
To expand multi-disciplinary research collaborations between Institute for Health Transformation researchers, Deakin University Faculty of Health and other Institute partners on sustainability, environmental change, health and healthcare.
To achieve real-world impact by creating and exchanging new and high-quality knowledge; by making that knowledge available to our sector and industry partners and working with them to translate it into action; by strengthening evidence-based policy-making; and by supporting the best investment decisions on sustainability and health.
Environmental Workplace Mental Health Promotion: Short Report
Climate change and health promotion in Australia: Navigating political, policy, advocacy and research challenges
One planet regions: planetary health at the local level
The Global Syndemic of Obesity, Undernutrition, and Climate Change: The Lancet Commission report
Health Care Sustainability Metrics: Building A Safer, Low-Carbon Health System
Health care, overconsumption and uneconomic growth: A conceptual framework
Can healthcare adapt to a world of tightening ecological constraints? Challenges on the road to a post-growth future
Incorporating environmental impacts into the economic evaluation of health care systems: perspectives from ecological economics
Life and Health Reimagined – Getting back to work
Associations Between Sub-Clinical Markers of Cardiometabolic Risk and Exposure to Residential Indoor Air Pollutants in Healthy Adults in Perth, Western Australia: A Study Protocol
Mental health and bushfires
Government inaction on the climate crisis a danger for health: MJA-Lancet report
Climate grief expected to be widespread soon but it's still not openly acknowledged
Wasteful healthcare: double burden on patients and environment
Healing Health podcast: Is there such a thing as too much medicine?