ANU Climate Update 2018

ANU Climate Update Part 1 (2-5.30pm) will present an overview of how our climate is changing in Australia and around the world. Part 2 (6-7.30pm) will cover

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Melbourne and Sydney should prepare for 50 degree days – study

A new study led by The Australian National University (ANU) has warned that Melbourne and Sydney should prepare for 50 degree Celsius days under the Paris Ag

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Melbourne and Sydney must prepare for 50 degree C days under 2C limit

Coastal cities must prepare for more extreme weather, US expert says

 A US coastal adaptation expert is warning coastal cities in Australia to be more prepared for extreme weather higher sea levels, as communities batten down

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Removing Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases to Prevent Dangerous Climate Change

Global atmospheric greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations are continuing to increase, and the impacts of a changing climate are being felt on human and natural

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US Climate inaction is bigger than Trump

 The US has committed to withdraw from Paris, abolished domestic climate policies and emissions are set to increase, or at best stablise.   Are these actions

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President Trump signs executive order

Climate Café: Can cartoons transform our attitudes to climate change?

The evidence that our climate is changing due to human activity is overwhelming.

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ANU experts comment on next round of global climate talks

  The next round of international climate talks, hosted by Fiji, will kick off on Monday 6 November 2017 in Bonn, Germany.  

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You might think that living through a hurricane will change people’s minds about global warming. Not so much.

This article co-authored by Associate Professor Llewelyn Hughes was published by The Washington Post on 12th September 2017.

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Two residents paddle though their flooded neighborhood in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12. (David Goldman/AP)

Contributing to climate change solutions
via innovative, interdisciplinary approaches

The ANU Climate Change Institute draws on the wealth of expertise across the University’s seven colleges and connects our work to governments, the private sector and the community as a whole. read more

Research

Research in climate change at ANU covers a broad range of themes, from the science of climate change to societal responses from economic, legal, sociological and political perspectives.

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Education

The ANU offers a variety of courses covering a broad spectrum of climate-related topics – from earth system science to climate law, international climate policy to water, and so much more.

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