Climate Science Winter School: The Science of Climate Change »
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science will host its 6th annual winter school on June 19-23, 2017 at the Climate Change Research Centre, UNSW.
Agricultural adaptation and performance under a changing climate in Malawi: the Green Belt Initiative and the Farm Input Subsidy Program »
The changing climate compounded with the growing population poses a food security challenge for Malawi. Adaptation to climate change in the water and agriculture sectors is expected to improve food production and enhance food security.
Drought and Famine Relief in Papua New Guinea, 2015-2016 »
PNG was severely impacted by the 2015-16 El Niño drought and, at some very high altitude locations, a series of destructive frosts. The drought and frosts impacted many rural villagers between mid-2015 and late 2016, with some people still severely impacted in early 2017.
World Environment Day 2017 »
Join us for a discussion with ACT Environment Minister Shane Rattenbury and Professor Mark Howden, Director of the ANU Climate Institute.
Climate adaptation: to transform or not transform. A salutary case study »
There is increasing interest (perhaps even hype) in transformational adaptation to climate change in agriculture, i.e. adaptation that involves large-scale, novel responses to reduce vulnerability to climate risks.
Climate Café: Can Societal Addiction Therapy transform our approach to climate change? »
Despite global efforts to avoid dangerous climate change, we’re on track for temperature increases that easily exceed the agreed ‘safe’ threshold of 2°C. Clearly existing approaches to the problem are not working fast enough.
Should the US leave the Paris Climate Agreement? »
The White House has announced that the US will make a decision on whether to quit the Paris Climate Agreement in the near future.
We deserve to thrive: poetry and climate activism »
Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner is a Marshall Islander poet and spoken word artist. She received international acclaim through her inspirational poetry performance at the opening of the United Nations Climate Summit in New York in 2014.
ST Lee Lecture - Climate change crisis: an examination of the turbulent history and modern day consequences of the vulnerability of the Marshall...
Low elevation, extreme floods and persistent droughts have left the Marshall Islands and its people at the mercy of rising sea levels and under threat of losing their homes.
Why forests? Why now? The science, economics, and politics of tropical forests and climate change »
Tropical forests are an undervalued asset in meeting the greatest global challenges of our time—averting climate change and promoting sustainable development. Despite their importance, tropical forests and their ecosystems are being destroyed at a high and even increasing rate in most forest-rich countries.