A field of sunflowers underneath a clear blue sky, with wind turbines in the background.
27
Oct

Local crowdfunding for low-emission agriculture

There are many opportunities for climate change abatement in the agricultural sector, but these are often costly to adopt for producers. Experience has shown that farmers have been slow to take up government programs that aim to stimulate so-called ‘carbon farming’.
The sun sets behind mountains in the distance, with the two people fishing in the Mekong River Basin in the foreground.
03
Nov

Information Session - Hydropower and GHG emissions in the Mekong

Interested in the future of hydropower in the Mekong? Experts from around the world will present research and answer your questions.

Research »

We analyse climate change's effects on our environment, and its impacts on society and societal responses.

Teenagers Brooklyn O'Hearn and Claire Glavin from North Queenslad standing 1.5 metres apart, with their arms crossed, smiling and looking towards the camera. There are small ships docked at a pier behind them.
22
Oct

Queensland teenagers lodge legal action against Adani coal mine to save Great Barrier Reef »

Two North Queensland teenagers will today present the federal government with new expert ­evidence and “strong” legal grounds to revoke the approval of Adani’s controversial Carmichael coal mine.
A flooded area of lawn on a Pacific Island, with houses in the background, and a child walking through the flooded grass.
22
Oct

Australia should create ‘Pacific visa’ to reduce impact of climate change and disaster on islanders »

Displacement is growing in the Asia-Pacific region, and a new policy paper argues migration policies must be established now.

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