Fiona Armstrong is an expert in policy, advocacy and communications in relation to climate change and health. She is the founder and a director of Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA) and the architect of the National Strategy on Climate, Health and Well-being for Australia. She is the lead author of many of CAHA’s seminal reports from 2010-2017, including Coal and Health in the Hunter: Lessons from One Valley for the World and Our Uncashed Dividend: The Health Benefits of Climate Action. In 2017, Fiona received the prestigious Tony McMichael Ecology and Environment Award from the Public Health Association of Australia.
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