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5/11/2014
LEIGH SALES, PRESENTER: It's the most comprehensive appraisal of climate change ever undertaken and the news isn't good. The United Nations' climate change body's new report says the scientific evidence is unambiguous about the warming ...   
2/11/2014
After a rocky, sometimes controversial six years, climate experts have settled on their message to the world's governments: climate change can and must be stopped but the window of opportunity is closing fast.In Copenhagen on Sunday, the ...   
30/9/2014
Australia's hottest year on record in 2013 along with the accompanying droughts, heat waves and record-breaking seasons of that year was virtually impossible without the influence of human-caused global warming. New research from ARC ...   
26/7/2014
Victoria, Australia. Drought, fierce winds and 47 degree C temperatures led to the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires, which killed over 170 people and millions of animals and plants. The intensity and frequency of bushfire conditions is rising in ...   
11/6/2014
CLIMATE CHANGE IS LIKELY to almost triple the frequency of bushfires, floods and drought in Australia from one event every 17 years to one every 6 years, according to a paper published today in Nature.The Indian Ocean Dipole is an ...   
1/6/2014
A Climate Council report, released today, finds the last two years are shaping up to be the hottest in Australia’s recorded history, further evidence that climate change is already influencing the country’s weather.“The past two-year ...   
26/5/2014
COSY blankets and jumpers have remained in the wardrobe for much of May - and southeast Australia should prepare for a warmer-than-average winter. Records have melted across our capital cities as much of the nation enjoys an unseasonably ...   
18/2/2014
The government has been urged to better articulate the dangers of climate change after a report that shows the frequency of heat waves in parts of Australia has already surpassed levels previously predicted for 2030. The Climate Council ...   
16/2/2014
It seems obvious, but apparently it isn’t. If you remove the reality of climate change from government decision-making you risk making the wrong decisions. Obviously the drought is causing extreme hardship for farmers in parts of New ...   
22/1/2014
In the late 1990s, a particularly strong El Niño oscillation scourged the world with droughts, floods, and disruptions to the food supply. Carrying the energy equivalent of a million Hiroshima bombs, the titanic climate event was ultimately ...   
9/12/2013
In October, huge bushfires devastated communities, property and livelihoods in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney. Tragically, two lives were lost. As the Climate Council's first major report makes clear, our changing climate is increasing the ...   
23/10/2013
The Abbott government is desperately constructing a straw man to help it fight the potentially big political problem of rising public concern about climate change and scrutiny of its Direct Action policy. The straw man is the contention ...   
23/10/2013
Bushfires that started earlier this week in Australia continue to burn around Sydney. The blazes have charred more than 143,000 acres as of Wednesday. Early signs suggest that these fires are in line with what to expect in a warming world, though ...   
22/10/2013
As people in fire prone areas across New South Wales review their survival plans or flee for their lives, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said he is convinced there is no link between bushfires and climate change. "Fire is a ...   
3/10/2013
Winter may just be ending in Australia, but temperatures are already summerlike. September was one for the record books, with hot temperatures that baked the country from the outback to the coasts and made this the hottest September in the ...   
3/4/2013
Australia has been warned: it's time to adapt to a changed climate. The extreme weather that has rocked the country over the last couple of years is a result of human-induced climate change, and will only get worse without immediate drastic ...   
7/3/2013
The hottest summer on record. The hottest January on record. The hottest day on record for Australia as a whole. Bushfires in every state and territory. Daily rainfall records and major flooding. Over a period of 90 days, these were some of the ...   
7/1/2013
Australian has been bracing for near-record temperatures, with bushfires ablaze in five out of six states. Police in Tasmania are still searching for those reported missing after fire swept across the island last week. Prime Minister ...   
9/7/2011
THERE is only one way to frame tomorrow`s carbon tax announcement: a start. Assume Australia hits its very soft target, cutting annual greenhouse gas emissions by 5per cent by 2020, and the rest of the world does everything they`ve promised: we ...   
8/7/2011
THE government is announcing the details of a carbon tax and emissions trading scheme at a time when public attitudes and scientific assessments are heading in opposite directions. Voters are becoming less concerned about the threat of ...   
17/6/2011
A bull giraffe flanked by a female strides through the Kwedi area of the Okavango delta.The Okavango delta in Botswana has suffered "catastrophic" species loss over the past 15 years, researchers have announced , in the latest sign of a ...   
5/6/2011
Here in the City of Roses, the annual Rose Festival celebration will have to proceed without the roses. For the second consecutive year, there has been record rainfall on the Portland parade. The weather finally turned, but locals are wondering ...   
5/4/2011
Australia's bushfire risk will increase by 25 per cent in less than a decade if climate change pushes up average temperatures by just 0.4 degrees by 2020, according to CSIRO research.But that risk could more than double by 2020, with the ...   
28/1/2011
IN THE MIDST of this month's ruinous and deadly floods in Queensland and other states too, I posed the question: If weather-related disasters are the new normal, how do we pay for rescue, recovery and rebuilding? The question flows from ...   
16/1/2011
IN A land of droughts and flooding rains, it's often hard to remember when you're being scorched by one or submerged by the other. But lately Australia seems to be oscillating between increasingly regular and ruinous extreme weather events - and ...   

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