Climate change alters meteorological variables that influence the development, chemical transformation, transport, dispersion and deposition of air pollutants. Two pollutants particularly influenced by climate change are ground level ozone and particulate matter. Climate change will also affect air quality by increasing the frequency and severity of bushfires and dust storms, and modifying aeroallergens.
Read more at:
Centre for Air pollution, energy and health Research
Schools Weather and Air Quality
Health impacts of air pollution, State of the Environment Report
Climate Change, Air Pollution and Health in Australia
How to protect yourself and others from bushfire smoke