CSIRO request: seeking climate and communicable disease experts for consultation

On behalf of the Australian Climate Service, CSIRO is undertaking a project exploring the impact that climate change could have on communicable disease risks in Australia by 2050.


The project seeks to satisfy two objectives:

  1. Develop a national framework for identifying and assessing primary communicable disease risks in 2050 that includes the consideration of climate impacts; and
  2. Identify and describe the analytical approaches that could be used (or developed) to inform a thorough assessment of individual disease risk.

CSIRO is seeking individuals who have experience working at the interface of climate and communicable diseases, particularly within the Australian context.


AEA has been invited to nominate potentially suitable candidates for this project. If you are interested in joining this initiative, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a short bio and a paragraph outlining the skills and knowledge you would bring to the role.