Tag Archive: Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub

Science webinar: Australia’s boundary current pathways to the deep ocean

October 22, 2019 2:30 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Overview The ocean has absorbed 93% of global warming heat. This service by the ocean to life on Earth has not been without consequence. The oceans are warming rapidly, ocean species are being displaced and sea level rise threatens many coastal communities. The pathway for heat to enter the deep ocean is primarily through dense water formation in the North Atlantic and around Antarctica. This large-scale conveyor from the surface to the deep ocean is known as the Meridional Overturning... View Article

CLEX Winter School 2019 communications session

August 2, 2019 10:00 am Published by Comments Off on CLEX Winter School 2019 communications session

The ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes (CLEX) held its annual Winter School for CLEX related students from June 24-28, this year. To cap off the Winter School, a targeted communication half-day session was organised for the Friday afternoon by a collaborative team of communicators and knowledge brokers from CLEX, the Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub (ESCC hub) and the Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub.

Graduate Director report – August 2019

August 1, 2019 4:00 am Published by Comments Off on Graduate Director report – August 2019

Melissa Hart recounts the recent winter school and introduces "the alumni sessions", where CLEX alumni from a broad range of industries and career paths share career advice and strategies.

Using knowledge exchange and co-production to meet Australia’s climate challenges

December 6, 2018 10:11 am Published by Comments Off on Using knowledge exchange and co-production to meet Australia’s climate challenges

The Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub is now reaching middle age (but no midlife crisis in sight). Since its inception in 2015, the Hub has worked to build a collaborative community among its partner organisations; the Bureau of Meteorology, CSIRO and Australian universities including the University of NSW, ANU, Monash University, the University of Melbourne and the University of Tasmania (all involved in CLEX).