Explaining climate change at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Dr Rebecca Harris participated in a public panel discussion on climate change at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG).
The Conversation: Australian bushfires: what will recovery look like?
An explainer on post-fire ecosystem recovery published by Climate Futures researchers in The Conversation has had over 100,000 reads.
Compound Extreme Events Project workshop
The Climate Futures team held a workshop at UTAS' Medical Sciences precinct, presenting the final analysis for the group's Compound Extreme Events project.
Climate Futures Team Attends MODSIM 2019
Climate Futures researchers present at MODSIM 2019 in Canberra.
Prof Bindoff is key author on IPCC report
Professor Nathan Bindoff was a key author of the Special Report on the Oceans and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate.
Understanding future fire danger
The Future Fire Danger Report is the highest-resolution, long-term climate modelling study of future fire risk produced in Australia.
Climate Futures advises Sustainable Timber Tasmania on climate change
Climate Futures researcher Tom Remenyi presented at Sustainable Timbers Tasmania's Leadership and Innovation Conference in June 2019.
The Conversation: Dry lightning sets Tasmania ablaze
Climate Futures researchers published an article in The Conversation explaining the link between "dry lighting" and recent Tasmanian bushfires.
Dr Bec Harris presents plenary talk at IPCC meeting
Dr Bec Harris presents plenary talk at IPCC Expert Meeting on Regional Assessment in Trieste, Italy.
Comprehensive natural disaster risk assessment for Tasmania
Tasmania's most comprehensive natural disaster risk assessment is presented to the state government.
Fire risk in Tasmania’s World Heritage Area
Project to examine how the Tasmania's fire fighting techniques can be strengthened.
Bushfire danger set to increase
Tasmania can expect roughly double the fire danger, over twice the area of land, by the end of the century.
ACE CRC team wins national award
Climate change research team wins national award for their work on the changing climate in Tasmania.