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11 December 2015
This article by Andrew Glikson was originally published on The Conversation.  2015 will likely be the hottest year on record, beating the previous record set only in 2014...
World leader Paris Climate Talks ANU Climate Change Institute
1 December 2015
This article by Luke Kemp was originally published in The Conversation. For years now the climate talks have revolved around discussions who should bear the burden of cutting...
Photo by Joe deSousa on Flickr, ANU Climate Change Institute
26 November 2015
The UN Framework on Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP21) meeting in Paris will kick off on Monday 30 November 2015 with a meeting of world leaders, including...
Forest fire, Climate Change Institute
18 November 2015
Adjunct Professor Howard Bamsey and Associate Professor Frank Jotzo outline how Australia's leadership on climate finance in developing nations could be an opportunity to...
Climathon Climate Change Institute
18 November 2015
The winning team from the Canberra Climathon, Certified Renewable, have been judged one of the best “Global Climathon City Solutions” by the EU’s Climate-KIC and...
Antarctic image from www.shutterstock.com.au
3 November 2015
Why should we care if the polar ice sheets melt hundreds of years in the future?   Because they are vital for maintaining our current climate.    ...
Distinguished Professor Graham Farqhuar
21 October 2015
The ANU congratulates Distinguished Professor Graham Farquhar AO, who has won the 2015 Prime Minister's Prize for Science for his work on water-efficient crops and to help the...
Professor Mark Howden, Acting Director of the Climate Change Institute
21 October 2015
Acting Director of The Australian National University (ANU) Climate Change Institute, Professor Mark Howden, has been elected a Vice-Chair of Working Group 2 of the United Nations...
Drought is a quintessentially Australian experience, yet many of us don’t properly know how they form. AAP Image/Caroline Duncan
2 October 2015
By Professor Michael Roderick, of the Research School of Earth Sciences and the Research School of Biology and the Climate Change Institute at ANU. This article was originally...
Yes it's been cold.  But the hot weather just keeps on getting hotter.   AAP Image / Tracey Nearmy
10 September 2015
By Dr Sophie Lewis. This article was originally published on The Conversation. Spring feels like a welcome relief from an Australian winter that felt very cold and very long...
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate change Canberra delegation
12 August 2015
The ANU Climate Change Institute hosted a delegation of four IPCC Chairs and lead authors to discuss the implications for Australia of the findings of the IPCC Fifth Assessment...
10 August 2015
Australian Climate Targets - ANU experts alert ANU experts commented on various aspects of the Australian Climate targets, prior to their announcement on Tuesday 11th August...
Climate and Energy Student Expo winners with Warwick Foster of Union Fenosa
6 August 2015
On 6th August, post graduate research students in climate change and energy change showcased their research at the annual Climate and Energy Student Expo.   The Expo...
Lake George wind turbines
9 July 2015
The ANU Energy Change Institute and the ANU Climate Change Institute have welcomed the signing of the Mainau Declaration 2015 on Climate Change. ANU astrophysicist and Nobel...
20 May 2015
The ANU Climate Change and Energy Change Institutes have welcomed the end of the deadlock over the Renewable Energy Target (RET), but have concerns about some of the amendments....

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