What a ‘towering string of instruments’ on the ocean floor is telling scientists about our climate
ABC Online, Other, 04/06/2021 For more than three weeks, the CSIRO’s leading ocean research vessel RV Investigator has trawled the […]
Indigenous-led response to climate change
Brinkwire, Other, 28/03/2021, Jonathan Edwards Traditional owners and scientists are coming together in Cairns as part of an Indigenous-led response […]
Is NSW flooding a year after bushfires yet more evidence of climate change?
The Guardian, Other, 22/03/2021, Graham Readfearn Experts say it’s unusual to see so many places with such high rainfall across […]
Technology regularly outperforms expectations – so what does this mean for future decision-making?
ClimateWorks Australia, Other, 15/03/2021 Senior Project Manager Tom Yankos looks back at a decade of ClimateWorks modelling. He finds that […]
Climate data to aid drought resilience
Augusta Margaret River Mail, Other, 24/01/2021 Farmers will be given access to specialised climate data to help build their drought […]
Climate change pushed ocean temperatures to record high in 2020, study finds
ABC Online, Other, 18/01/2021, Ben Deacon The world’s oceans absorbed 20 sextillion joules of heat due to climate change in […]
Nitrous oxide emissions pose an increasing climate threat
Latest News Tripura, www.latestnewstripura.com, 17/01/2021 Rising nitrous oxide (N3O) emissions are jeopardizing the climate goals of the Paris Agreement, according […]
Last decade hottest on record for Australia with temperature almost 1C above average
theguardian.com, Other, 08/01/2021, Graham Readfearn The last decade was the hottest on record for Australia with the temperature almost 1C […]