DEA applauds the children's event, due to take place on 15 March, which will see students skip school to demand strong action on climate change. GP and DEA's Honorary Secretary Dr Richard Yin describes climate change as the ‘biggest risk to public health in human history’. He told NewsGP that it is inspiring to see the next generation of young people take control of their future, as the seriousness of the current situation demands that health advocates take action on climate change ‘for the sake of our children’.
Read the full news story which was published on 1 March 2019 HERE.
See our media release about our support for School Strike 4 Climate:
We are now running a campaign urging health professionals and the wider public to Take the Pledge to protect children's health in a changing climate.