Fiona is Founder and Strategic Projects Director of Australia's Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA) whose mission is to build a powerful health sector movement for climate action and sustainable healthcare. She is the architect of the world’s first Framework for a National Strategy on Climate, Health and Well-being for Australia (2017); the 2021 Rewrite the Future Roundtable series, which led to the publication, ‘Australia in 2030: Possible Alternative Futures’, and the Healthy, Regenerative and Just policy agenda to guide the development of Australia’s national strategy on climate, health and wellbeing. Fiona was named one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence (2016), won the Tony McMichael award for leadership on health and the environment (2017); the Frank Fisher Award (2018), and was a ProBono Impact 25 and Judges Choice Influencer award winner in 2022.
See Fiona Armstrong at the 2022 Better Futures Forum:
Tuesday 6 September, 4:00pm - 5:15pm AEST | Sector Workshop & Submissions: Tackling climate change and health - advancing the national climate and health strategy + building sustainable and climate resilient healthcare system
Wednesday 7 September, 3:00pm - 4:00pm AEST | Roundtable: Tackling climate change and health - advancing the national climate and health strategy + building sustainable and climate resilient healthcare system