It’s not yet clear exactly how climate change may be altering El Niño. However, there are indications climate change may be moving El Niño events towards the central Pacific nearer the international dateline.
It’s time we include Indigenous knowledge when creating disaster risk management strategies and climate change adaptation plans.
Relocation and retreat are not a panacea for climate risk in vulnerable locations. In many cases, people prefer to adapt in place and protect at-risk areas. No climate adaptation policy should be decided without the full and direct participation of the affected local people and communities.
Will climate change make turbulence worse?
What does ChatGPT and Artificial Intelligence Mean For Teaching? A Climate Science Lecturer Investigates.December 20, 2022 9:12 am Comments Off on What does ChatGPT and Artificial Intelligence Mean For Teaching? A Climate Science Lecturer Investigates.
Universities, and educators in general, need to quickly start thinking about how these technologies are going to affect the way we teach and how we assess students.
We need to be prepared for different types of extreme weather over the summer. Wherever you are in Australia, it is important to keep up-to-date with the weather forecasts over the next few months.
While the urgency for action has never been more pressing, we still hold the future in our hands - the choices we make today will decide our future for generations to come.
Andrew Pitman is an international authority on the role of land surface processes in the climate system including their influence on regional rainfall and temperature extremes.
Two Associate Investigators at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes have been recognised by the 2022 Prime Minister's Prizes for Science.
Dr Chiara Holgate has been announced as one of Australia’s newest Superstars of STEM.