Professor Hilary Bambrick is Director of the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at the Australian National University in Canberra. She is an environmental epidemiologist and bioanthropologist who has worked for more than two decades on the health impacts of climate change: how we limit and manage them, such as through early warning, community-led adaptation, a better built environment, and systems resilience. The geographic scope of her work is global, but with particular attention on Australia, the Asia-Pacific region, and Ethiopia. She has worked with the World Health Organization and the United Nations Development Programme, and she consults for governments in Australia and overseas on health impacts assessment and adaptation strategies. Professor Bambrick is a Councillor and health spokesperson with the Climate Council and contributes regularly to media and public debate.