Publications, including in peer-reviewed medical journals, written by the Council itself or its members with others, hosted here with permission.

Designing a healthy response to climate change

Article by Dr Dermot Coffey. NZMJ Digest Issue 99. Read here (PDF).


Nurses are crucial in the fight against climate change

Viewpoint by Michael Brenndorfer. Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand, Vol 26, No 9, October 2020. Read here (PDF).


New Zealand asthma guidelines support use of environmentally friendly inhalers

Article by Dr Dermot Coffey. New Zealand Doctor, 7 October 2020. Read here


Scorecard for NZ Election 2020 - Climate Change and Health

Scorecard and report by OraTaiao: NZ Climate & Health Council rating political parties' policies on climate change and health for NZ General Election 2020. See here (PDF).


Healthy and Climate-Friendly Eating Patterns in the New Zealand Context

Article by Jono Drew, Dr Alexandra Macmillan and Anja Mizdrak. Environmental Health Perspectives, Vol 128, No 1, 22 January 2020. Read here (PDF).


Should health professionals participate in civil disobedience in response to the climate change health emergency?

Viewpoint by Dr Hayley Bennet, Dr Alexandra Macmillan, Dr Rhys Jones, and Dr Alison Blaiklock with Prof John Mcmillan. The Lancet, Vol 395, 25 January 2020. Read here (PDF).


Climate medicine: our changing climate and health inequity in ​New Zealand

Article by Cameron Toogood. New Zealand Medical Students Journal, Issue 29, November 2019. Read here.


Farm to fork - Can changing your eating habits save the planet?

An article with quotes by Dr Alexandra Macmillan. Consumer magazine, 17 October 2019. Read here.


Climate change and health - OraTaiao

Feature article by Bruce Tsai, Kendall Robertson and Susanna Lees Watts. NZMJ Digest Issue 91. Read here


Can what we eat help save the world?

Article by Rebecca Sinclair. Te Puawai: The Professional Update for Registered Nurses, May 2019. Read here (PDF).


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