The science behind climate extremes is fascinating and diverse.
Our experts love to share their work with the media, websites like The Conversation and here at climateextremes.org.au – here’s some of their latest articles.
Note: sometimes we also share work and articles from researchers and organisations not directly affiliated or funded by our Centre. We love to share interesting work done by others in our field. If you’d like to share or adapt our work, please get in touch – email email@example.com
Climate change is making the air ‘thirstier’, taking more water from trees by evaporation.
The “climate gamble” grows every year, but we still have time
What is climate science? Why does climate science matter? What does climate science tell us?
Australia could rapidly shift to clean transport – if we had a strategy. So we put this plan together
We must move to grasp this opportunity to clean our transport sector while securing new jobs, improving our national security, and cleaning the air we all breathe.
A climate scientist on India and Pakistan’s horror heatwave, and the surprising consequences of better air quality
India and Pakistan are both working to reduce heatwave impacts through plans that also focus on early warning of heatwaves and improved public communication of ways to find relief from heat.
The world must pull together to create a future in which extreme events, and the damage they cause, remain relatively rare