Academic Publications:

Various Authors (2003) Report No. 6: BTEX Personal Exposure Monitoring in Four Australian Cities .  Environment Australia

Horton, A. (2006) Non-industrial Personal Benzene Exposure in a Mediterranean ClimateMurdoch University

Horton, A and Murray, F. (2002) Personal monitoring of Benzene in Perth, Western Australia:Results of a Pilot Trial Indoor Air 20029th International. Conference on IAQ and Climate

Horton, A. and Murray, F. (2003) A review of the contribution of benzene hotspots to non-industrial personal exposure. International Society of Environmental Epidemiology Conference.

Horton, A. Murray, F. Rastan, S. Farant, J-P. and Haghighat, F. “On diffusive badges and VOC sampling”  in IAQ investigations Healthy Buildings (2003).

Horton, A. Murray, F. Bulsara, M. Hinwood, A. and Farrar, D. “Personal Monitoring of benzene in Perth, Western Australia: The contribution of sources to non-industrial personal exposure” in  Atmospheric Environment 2006 40(14) 2596-2606.

In the Media:

The Good Men Project:

A Tsunami of Change: What the Global Fossil Fuel Divestment Really Represents 

Construction Of New Urban Infrastructure Could Exhaust The World’s Carbon Budget Within 5 Years

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Investment for Real Environmental Change

Australia’s $234 Billion Climate Gamble

Independent Australia

New urban infrastructure could exhaust the world’s carbon budget in 5 years

Will Turnbull’s climate backflip cost Australian businesses post Paris?

The Australian Independent Media Network

What hope is there for Paris?

Billions of dollars are needed post Paris just to maintain pledges

Australian Government review of vehicle emissions has a now familiar aroma of disappointment


Recycling Solar Panels Could Represent a $15 Billion Opportunity By 2050

Environmental concerns about the Olympic Games

Spotlight on Health and Climate Change Long Overdue