Technologies for removing greenhouse gas emissions is an emerging research frontier required for a safe climate.
The increase in Australian summer temperatures indicates that other major cities should also be prepared for unprecedented future extreme heat.
Dr Sophie Lewis
The US has committed to withdraw from Paris, abolished domestic climate policies and emissions are set to increase, or at best stabilise.
Dr Luke Kemp
Health professionals and climate forecasters need to work together more closely ahead of extreme weather events and climate change.
Dr Aparna Lal
"The Master of Climate Change really sets you up to work in climate change professionally - one of the best things about the degree is that you’re learning from some really influential people." Aaron Kirby, Master of Climate Change student.
"I’ve seen the problems that climate change is causing in my home country. This Master’s has given me the skills and knowledge to help address many of these issues when I get home."
Rarawa Amberoti, Master of Climate Change graduate.
Equip yourself with the knowledge and understanding to tackle one of the world’s most vital challenges.
"...the event was well organised and is an excellent model for people around the community to participate and be heard and to have targeted discussions."
"Climate Change Institute events are always worthwhile"
"Thanks! Seems to attract a diverse range of people which makes for interesting discussions and new ideas."
A full house for IPCC Co-Chair, Dr Valerie Masson-Delmotte and expert panel.
A relaxed gathering of people interested in discussing ideas and questions around climate change. This year, topics varied from how societal addiction therapy can transform attitudes to climate change to why Australia’s electricity system is in such a mess.
Strategic Insights from the EU and Australia – part of European Climate Diplomacy Week.
Featuring Professor Frank Jotzo, Sydney Morning Herald, 13 Nov 2017.
Associate Professor Llewelyn Hughes, Washington Post, 12 September 2017.
Professor Eelco Rohling, The Conversation, 20 April 2017.
Dr Liz Hanna, Dr Kathyrn Bowen, Professor Mark Howden, The Conversation, 19 Jan 2017.