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CLEX Seminar Series: James Dyke

September 16, 2021 3:23 pm Published by Comments Off on CLEX Seminar Series: James Dyke

James Dyke from Global Systems Institute, Exeter University, discusses Net Zero: fact, theory and wishful thinking.

CLEX Seminar Series: Detlef van Vuuren

September 16, 2021 3:17 pm Published by Comments Off on CLEX Seminar Series: Detlef van Vuuren

Detlef van Vuuren from PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency talks about integrated scenarios to support climate research.

CLEX Seminar Series: Peter Bauer

September 15, 2021 4:11 pm Published by Comments Off on CLEX Seminar Series: Peter Bauer

Peter Bauer from ECWMF talks about the European Union Destination Earth Programme: A template for future Earth system prediction?

Climate Australia: Episode 3: The parched Earth

September 1, 2021 12:24 pm Published by Comments Off on Climate Australia: Episode 3: The parched Earth

Climate Australia host Lee Constable is joined by the chief investigators in the Drought team of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes – Prof Nerilie Abram, Prof Jason Evans and Dr Andrea Taschetto. Along the way, Lee discovers why drought is such a tricky topic to explore for climate scientists and why understanding how droughts may change in the future is one of the wicked problems of climate change.

Climate Australia: Episode 2 – Climate communication

September 1, 2021 12:13 pm Published by Comments Off on Climate Australia: Episode 2 – Climate communication

Climate Australia host Lee Constable is joined by CLEX Media and Communications Manager Alvin Stone; Research Fellow at Monash University and founder of Skeptical Science Dr John Cook; and Deputy Head of the UNSW School of Psychology Prof Ben Newell to explore the current research around communicating climate science

Climate Australia: Episode 1 – Is climate to blame?

July 2, 2021 1:49 pm Published by Comments Off on Climate Australia: Episode 1 – Is climate to blame?

Prof Julie Arblaster, Prof Lisa Alexander, and Assoc Prof Gab Abramowitz discuss the research around the Attribution and Risk research program. The episode explores why we can detect climate signals in some extreme weather events and not others and the implications this has for understanding how these events may change.