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#ForOurFauna digital campaign

March 03, 2021

Australia's animal profession has a massive reach into some key audiences. To tap into this, VfCA has partnered with Taronga Zoo, Zoos Australia, the RSPCA, the Australian Veterinary Profession, WIRES,  Animals Australia and a...

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VfCA attends VBG summit

October 20, 2020

This Thursday Climate and Sustainability will be the focus of the VBG's virtual summit. Jeannet Kessels, our chair, will be interviewed by the keynote speaker and this will be followed by breakout groups to...

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Chief Vet Officers retort that Australia needs a target

September 30, 2020

In early September, eighteen former Chief Veterinary Officers wrote to Scott Morrison asking for a meeting to discuss climate policy. The government declined to meet, and further their written response was deemed unsatisfactory for...

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Angela Frimberger on her involvement with VfCA

September 17, 2020

Angela Frimberger  cares deeply about animal welfare and is a founding board member of the near year-old Veterinarians for Climate Action (VFCA). Angela and her husband, Antony Moore, run a rather special veterinary operation...

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Committed to a sustainable future for all

September 11, 2020

Dr Angela Frimberger is concerned at how climate change is affecting ecosystems worldwide and impacting on all animals, wild and domestic. This suffering and death of animals was dramatically and tragically demonstrated by last...

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Vets Support Tackling Bushfire Threat

August 01, 2020

Veterinarians for Climate Action appeared in a full-page advert within The Weekend Australian, calling for a plan to address the bushfire threat posed by climate change. Angela Frimberger, our Secretary, attended multiple events to...

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Vets at National Bushfire and Climate Summit 2020 -the bushfire threat has escalated, so must our response.

July 30, 2020

Dr Angela Frimberger of VfCA, joined leading climate scientists, former and current emergency leaders, Indigenous fire practitioners, doctors, farmers, community leaders, social service providers, economists, mayors, bushfire survivors, and many other members of the community for the...

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Inspiring the Veterinary Profession for Climate Action

May 01, 2020

Inspiring the veterinary profession for climate action Veterinarians for Climate Action (VfCA), formed in late 2019 to inspire the veterinary profession to advocate for and achieve climate action – both within theveterinary industry and in the wider community. Veterinarian, Nobel Laureate and...

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Cattle have stopped breeding, koalas die of thirst: A vet's hellish diary of climate change

December 26, 2019

"Bulls cannot breed at Inverell. They are becoming infertile from their testicles overheating. Mares are not falling pregnant, and through the heat, piglets and calves are aborting." These are the alarming observations of Dr Gundi Rhoades....

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