Past events

Past events

29
Apr
2020

Emergency management in Australia: comparing bushfires and Covid-19 »

1pm 29 April 2020

An online seminar delivered by Em Prof John Handmer, in which he examines some key attributes of Australian emergency management and how they are playing out in two recent major emergencies - the recent bushfires in Australia, and the COVID-19 pandemic.

22
Apr
2020

Knowledge networks: fast-track pathways to research impact in natural hazards research »

1pm 22 April 2020

An online seminar delivered by Dr John Bates, in which he discusses what has changed in natural hazards research in the last decade, and how through the CRC’s established networks, the public funds invested in research are returning dividends that are protecting life and reducing impacts on communities and the economy.

16
Apr
2020

Response of El Niño/La Niña to greenhouse warming »

1pm 16 April 2020

Dr Wenju Cai will present recent findings on the impact of climate change upon El Niño and La Niña events.

15
Apr
2020

Variable Generation, Flexible Demand: The California experience »

1pm 15 April 2020

California is moving to a future of predicting variable renewable generation and determining how best to schedule demand to match it.

15
Apr
2020

Variable Generation, Flexible Demand: The California experience »

12pm 15 April 2020

California is moving to a future of predicting variable renewable generation and determining how best to schedule demand to match it.

12
Mar
2020

Climate Update 2020 - Melbourne »

5.30pm 12 March 2020

An overview of how our climate is changing and how we can respond to these changes.

12
Mar
2020

Publishing in Nature Climate Change & Nature Energy »

12.30pm 12 March 2020

Jenn Richler, a Senior Editor at Nature, will introduce the Nature family of journals, the Nature Climate Change and Nature Energy portfolios in the behavioral and social science, and publishing opportunities in these journals.

03
Mar
2020

Beyond tipping points: fire and the changing face of planet Earth »

6pm 3 March 2020

The scale and rate of global warming have been underestimated. In this public lecture, Dr Andrew Glikson discusses the migration of climate zones towards the poles and how this may lead to increased droughts and extensive fires in areas around the world, including Australia.

17
Feb
2020

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