Building understanding and adapting to diverse health impacts of climate change through inter-disciplinary collaboration
Our collective strives to build a inter-disciplinary network of research expertise in climate change and health within Griffith University, with the purpose of identifying, understanding and responding to critical climate-related health problems.
Our researchers span the field of social sciences, systems thinking and modelling, environmental epidemiology, sustainable business and management, public and environmental health, governance and policy development, psychology, and sociology. We are working together with communities to solve and respond to complex factors that exacerbate the health risks of climate change.
Climate and Health Collective was formed as part of Griffith Climate Change Response Program.
Resillient Health Systems
Health in the Community
Assessment and Adaptation
Interested in pursuing a research degree?
Are you interested in pursuing a research degree? Discover more about the expertise of our members and find a supervisor that’s right for you. Griffith Graduate Research School also provided a number of scholarships available for commencing and continuing research degree students.