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The world’s ocean currents are changing, particularly along Australia’s eastern seaboard and around Antarctica, creating more powerful eddies that could have...
Australia’s 2030 target of a 26%-28% reduction is totally inadequate compared with those from our best friends and allies, says Prof Frank Jotzo
Spot the difference: as world leaders rose to the occasion at the Biden climate summit, Morrison faltered »
An essay co-written by Professor Will Steffen
Satellites reveal ocean currents are getting stronger, with potentially significant implications for climate change »
A new UNSW/ANU study into how the speeds of ocean surface currents are changing over time.
Dr Emma Aisbett speaks to ABC Radio's 'PM'
Prof Frank Jotzo speaks to The Australian Financial Review
The federal government has announced half a billion dollars towards hydrogen and carbon capture hubs »
Prof Frank Jotzo speaks to ABC Radio's PM
ANU scientists are looking for volunteers to help create Australia's longest daily weather record from a globally recognised climate change "hot spot...
‘No action on anything’: Australia increasingly isolated as US and others ramp up climate ambition »
Featuring Associate Professor Christian Downie
Prof Warwick McKibbin speaks to the Australian Financial Review
Melbourne's drinking water and catchment areas put at risk by ‘systemic' illegal logging on steep slopes, experts say »
Four ANU experts feature in this story from ABC News
Dr Christian Downie speaks to The Guardian.