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The health impact of bushfires and preparing for future crises

While the bushfire crisis of last summer has come to an end, the health of Australians remains at risk from climate-fuelled fires, Sotiris Vardoulakis writes. In the aftermath of Australia's catastrophic Black Summer bushfires, it is important to assess t
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