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Displaying items by tag: Climate

Local government councils representing more than two million Australians have called on the Federal Government to commit to strong, unified action on climate change, ahead of the UN Climate Conference COP26 in November.

Published in Climate

The Australian arm of Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has donated $52,000 to help in restoration efforts for the Great Barrier Reef.

Published in Climate

Digital infrastructure company Equinix says it is committed to becoming climate-neutral and has set a science-based target (SBT) for emissions reduction across its global operations and supply chain by 2030.

Published in Climate

Energy and telecommunications customer services provider AGL and Australian energy technology group RayGen have joined forces to begin construction of a $27 million concentrated solar and thermal storage project.

Published in Energy

A vegetation-mediated seesaw wetting-drying phenomenon between eastern and western Australia causes the strong variability in climate in Australia, scientists from the Flinders University claim.

Published in Climate

Engineers Australia, the peak body of the engineering profession, will turn its focus to climate at a roundtable in Sydney this week aimed at exploring practical ways in which engineers can accelerate the low carbon transition and reduce the impacts of climate change on communities.

Published in Climate

Sea anemones appear to have a secret weapon that protects them against high temperatures and bleaching that is affecting coral reefs due to climate change, researchers from Flinder University claim.

Published in Climate
Wednesday, 28 November 2018 11:25

Australia joins Antarctic climate research expedition

An international team of researchers based at Australia’s Casey Station in Antarctica is drilling into the icecap and undertaking climate research in the hunt for an elusive molecule that helps cleanse the atmosphere of greenhouse gases and ozone-depleting chemicals.

Published in Climate

The CSIRO has deployed a number of deep sea floats in the Southern Ocean to help increase the understanding of oceans, the way they warm and their impact on climate.

Published in Climate

Over $5 million in new investment funding will be used to develop services for Australian researchers in fields including climate, medical, terrestrial and marine environments, culture and genomics.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 26 April 2016 10:48

Australia to get new climate science centre

A national climate research centre is to be established in the Tasmanian capital of Hobart to focus on climate modelling and projections for Australia.

Published in Climate

The Internet of Things and the development of so-called ‘smart cities are fueling huge worldwide growth in the number of connected ‘things’, with latest estimates of 1.6 billion of these connections being used by smart cities next year - 2016 – alone.

Published in Internet of Things
Wednesday, 25 November 2015 17:07

Big data reveals animation of Antarctic ocean bed

Data generated on Australia’s most powerful supercomputer, Raijin, has allowed scientific researchers to produce detailed animations of the movement of the densest and coldest water in the world, Antarctica.

Published in Data

National ICT Australia (NICTA) and the University of Sydney have collaborated to create the first digital map of seafloor sediments using artificial intelligence (AI) and big data.

Published in Climate

Sydney radio shock jock Alan Jones has been rapped over the knuckles by the media watchdog ACMA for factually unsupported comments he made two years ago about the rate of warming of the planet due to climate change.

Published in Climate

Leading business management software company, SAP, has been recognised by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its corporate, organisational and individual leadership in addressing climate change and reducing carbon pollution, with the company the winner of the EPA's inaugural Climate Leadership Award.

Published in Market

Climate variations in the Indian and Pacific Oceans will drive the planet's climate in 2012.

 

Published in Climate
Wednesday, 23 March 2011 17:43

CSIRO says climate change knowledge essential

Understanding how climate change could impact on the deterioration of the basic building block of much of Australia's infrastructure - concrete - is crucial to ensuring major assets such as roads, ports and buildings continue to perform up to expectations, according to a CSIRO report.

Published in Climate
Wednesday, 24 March 2010 03:25

Why is southwest Western Australia so dry?

Australian and Chinese scientists have come up with an answer to the question 'Why has southwest Western Australia experienced dramatic declines in rainfall since the 1970s?'

Published in Climate

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