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With a background as a lecturer in Human Geography, Phaothai came to The Australian National University in 2017 to research possible ways for individuals in...
Carbon pricing has a long, conflicted history in Australia.
We know that heat kills; accurately measuring these deaths will help us assess the impacts of climate change »
Australia is well known for its temperature extremes, with scorching hot summers and, in some areas, icy winters.
Professor Sotiris Vardoulakis’ interest in connections between the environment and human health began at a young age.
New Canberra Region Hydrogen Technology Cluster shares in national funding
We've always talked about avoiding climate change, but now the Australian Government is talking about adapting to it.
Heat is more dangerous than the cold in most Australian regions. About 2% of deaths in Australia between 2006 and 2017 were associated with the heat, and the...
You've heard how scientists with Australia's national science agency are helping to lead the country's fight against COVID-19 through genomic...
Abundant, cheap and clean-burning, hydrogen has long been described as the fuel of the future.
ANU researchers hit new world record in solar cell efficiency.
As a doctor working in the Northern Territory for the last 16 years “it is impossible not to see accelerating heat as the greatest problem Territorians face,”...
Water is everywhere in coastal Bangladesh, but is increasingly undrinkable as sea level rise caused by climate change is turning water sources saline.