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In this episode we hear from Fiona Armstrong, Executive Director of the Climate and Health Alliance. These legends exist to highlight the health impacts of climate change, believing that if the health sector leads on climate advocacy, then decision-makers and the public will act, because we the community care about health and trusts health voices. Earlier this year, The Climate and Health Alliance released a fascinating study titled “Australia in 2030” which presents narrative scenarios of 5 possible futures for our country. Fiona talks about those scenarios, as well as her work in climate and health advocacy, with Dumbo Feather contributor, Myke Bartlett. Thanks to Bank Australia for sponsoring this episode.