Key Thinkers Forum on Air Quality and Indigenous Health

On 28 March 2023, the Hub is jointly hosting a Key Thinkers Forum on Air Quality and Indigenous Health, with Macquarie University, the HEAL Network and Asthma Australia.

Update - full program

Facilitated by Professor Tom Calma AO and with a special address by Hub Leader, Professor Veena Sahajwalla, the event is open to those interested in:

  • Current and emerging air quality issues in First Nations’ communities
  • Impact of air quality on First Nations’ health, including asthma
  • Air pollution risk reduction strategies and communication
  • Research and translation gaps and priorities that exist - range of air quality issues, policy, community-led strategies and practice, geographical coverage.
  • Strategies to strengthen First Nations’ research capacity in air quality science.

Reserve a place for the Key Thinkers Forum on air quality

The full day, hybrid Forum is part of the work being carried out by the Hub's team responsible for Impact Priority 4 - Air Quality.

When: Tuesday 28th March 2023

Time: 9am - 4:30pm 

Where: At Macquarie University and online

Address: Macquarie University, Level 1 Australian Hearing Hub, 16 University Avenue, Sydney, NSW 2109.

The event is co-organised with the Hub by the CSIRO (a Hub member), Macquarie University, the Healthy Environment and Lives (HEAL) Network, and Asthma Australia.

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