Shark Bay World Heritage Area Gathaaguda

March 4, 2024

Shark Bay World Heritage Area – Gathaaguda is facing the challenge of climate change. The Shark Bay World Heritage Area is a cultural landscape for…

A collaborative web

March 1, 2024

Key messages​ Collaboration between state, territory and Australian governments has led to the first-ever interjurisdictional knowledge brokering team within the National Environmental Science Program (NESP) Climate…

Shaping Australia’s climate science research

March 1, 2024

Hub knowledge brokers presented the poster Shaping Australia’s climate science research at the 30th annual AMOS conference in Canberra. Key messages​ State, territory and local…

Understanding SSPs

January 5, 2024

‘SSP’ stands for Shared Socio-economic Pathways. SSPs are the latest version of ‘what if’ scenarios used to explore the consequences of greenhouse gases accumulating in…

2023 – Looking back at a year of extremes

December 14, 2023

From events like Climate Adaptation 2023 to furthering our understanding of foundational science, the hub has achieved a lot this year. Our last webinar for…

The Southern Annular Mode and Large-Scale Circulations

December 6, 2023

Understanding large-scale linkages can provide insights into improving our seasonal forecasts and regional projections.   Being uniquely positioned, Australia’s climate is influenced by the Pacific, Indian…