Australia failing on future of child health

A joint WHO, UNICEF and Lancet commission ranks it 174 out of 180 countries on sustainability
Australian Associated Press
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Greta Thunberg, a leading activist on climate change.

Australia is performing poorly on managing the health threats posed to children and teenagers from climate change, says a UN-backed report.

The new global index ranks countries on key environmental conditions that are need for children aged 0–18 to survive and thrive in the future, which includes projected greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.