With temperatures rising across the globe, the need to adapt our communities to a warmer world is both urgent and essential. Recognising this, the Climate Action Beacon’s Queensland Heat Health Community of Practice (QHHCoP) recently hosted esteemed speakers to discuss how we can build heat resilience across Queensland. The ‘Building a Heat Resilient Queensland’ event […]
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