Publications

16
May
2012

Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (SREX)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has released a Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (SREX). This report brings together the latest findings on the relationship between climate change and extreme events, and their implications for societal development. The report was prepared by 220 authors from around the world (including three Australians), and took four years to complete. It has undergone an exhaustive review process, and is an authoritative statement from the IPCC.

22
Dec
2011

Canberra Urban and Regional Futures report 2011

This is the Canberra Urban and Regional Futures (CURF) annual report for 2011. CURF is an initiative jointly developed and managed by the University of Canberra Urban and Regional Planning Discipline, and the Australian National University Climate Change Institute.

18
Oct
2011

Climate in Asia and the Pacific: A Synthesis of APN Activities

A publication by Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN). Contributing Author and Editor ANU Climate Change Institute's Dr Lance Heath

09
Jun
2011

Enhancing the Resilience of the Australian National Electricity Market: Taking a Systems Approach in Policy Development

By Barry Newell, Debborah M. Marsh and Deepak Sharma from the Australian National University and the University of Technology Sydney.

13
May
2011

The ANU Climate Change Institute Biennial Report 2009 – 2010

This report has a comprehensive account of what the CCI has achieved in the first two years of operation. It focuses on our contribution to climate-related research and teaching at ANU, with a description of the University’s core capabilities and accounts of the new and exciting interdisciplinary projects being developed under the auspices of the CCI.

15
Sep
2010

Workshop on Integrated Studies of Environmental Changes and Climate Adaptation Responses in the Tibet - Himalayan Region

By Dr Katherine Morton & Dr Lance Heath

01
Dec
2009

Keeping warming within the two degrees limit after Copenhagen

By Andrew Macintosh - ANU Centre for Climate Law

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