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20 June 2017
Originally published by the ANU 16 June 2017 The Australian National University (ANU) congratulates distinguished scientist Dr Graham Farquhar AO, who has become the first...
13 June 2017
Originally published in the Conversation 13 June by Ben Henley and Nerilie Abram There are those who say the climate has always changed, and that carbon dioxide levels have...
6 June 2017
This article by Professor Frank Jotzo has been published in the Interpreter (Lowy Institute for International Policy) It's been only a few days since US President Donald...
6 June 2017
Originally publshed 22 June in the Conversation by Christian Downie President Donald Trump’s announcement overnight that he will withdraw the United States from...
2 June 2017
Previously published by the ANU 2 June 2017 Climate experts at ANU have responded to the United States' decision to leave the Paris Accord...
1 June 2017
Originally Published by the ANU 1 June 2017 Rising sea levels and more frequent flooding events may drive coastal nesting birds around the world to extinction, a team of...
1 June 2017
Originally published in the Conversation 31 May 2017 by Jonathan Pickering US President Donald Trump has announced that he will decide this week whether to follow through on...
29 May 2017
Originally published by the ANU on 29 May 2017 ANU experts weigh in on expected US announcement on Paris Accord Monday, May 29, 2017 — Climate experts at The...
23 May 2017
Previously published 23 May in the Conversation by Neal Hughes 2016-17 has been a great year for Australian farmers, with record production, exports and profits. These records...
23 May 2017
Originally published in The Conversation on 23 May by Luke Kemp The conventional wisdom that the United States should remain under the Paris Agreement is wrong. A US withdrawal...
23 May 2017
An ANU climate policy expert says the world would be better off if the US withdraws from the global climate agreement finalised in Paris last year....
24 April 2017
Previously published by the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific by Professor Frank Jotzo Candidate Trump promised to "cancel" the Paris Agreement, promote coal, oil...
20 April 2017
Previously published in The Conversation April 20, 2017 by Eelco Rohling Getting climate change under control is a formidable, multifaceted challenge. Analysis by my...
6 April 2017
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has agreed the outlines of two new reports that will help governments understand the impact climate change is having on human...
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28 March 2017
Previously published by APPS Policy Forum, by Robert Costanza, Lorenzo Fioramonti, Maja Gopel, Ida Kubiszewski, Hunter Lovins, Dirk Philipsen and Stewart Wallis. 13 February 2017...
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23 March 2017
This article by Adrienne Nicotra, David Freudenberger, Geoff Cary, Geoffrey Hope, Graeme Worboys, Sam Banks and Susanna Venn was orgininally published in The Conversation....
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23 March 2017
Biologists at The Australian National University (ANU) have found the first evidence of mass extinction of Australian animals caused by a dramatic drop in global temperatures 35...
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7 March 2017
Previously published in The Conversation on 6 March 2017 by Robert Constanza. President Donald Trump is making it less likely the United States will meet the emissions...
23 February 2017
First published in The Conversation. Author: Albert Van Dijk, Professor of Water Science and Management, Fenner School of Environment & Society, Australian National...
22 February 2017
In some political circles, hostility to climate policy has become a way of showing off one’s conservative credentials. But a suggestion for pricing...

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