A new report is calling on the G20 to fund ‘Nature-based Solutions’ that address three of the main risks to humankind: biodiversity loss, climate change and global pandemics.
Griffith University’s unique FishID software project has been given a boost with the announcement of $211,000 in funding from the Australian Research Data Commons.
Knowledge of how to adapt to climate change in Australia is celebrated this week as NCCARF comes to the end of its second phase of operation and officially launches CoastAdapt, a resource to support coastal managers as they seek to respond to climate risks. NCCARF is the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, which has […]
More than 200 coastal councils across Australia will be able to better protect themselves against erosion and flooding threats with a new tool that provides them with almost everything they need to prepare for climate change impacts.
A Torres Strait islander, a horse organisation, a metropolitan train operator and a cross-Tasman environmental association have been honoured for their achievements in climate change adaptation at an awards ceremony this week. The Climate Adaptation Champions for 2015-16 were announced as part of the NCCARF CSIRO Climate Adaptation Conference 2016, held in Adelaide. The Director of […]
University research will play a crucial role in the lead-up to and beyond the 2020 implementation of the historic Paris climate change accord, says Griffith University's Professor Brendan Mackey
A new study from Griffith University shows that marine reserves (green zones) can help coral reefs withstand the impact of extreme floods. Researchers from Griffith’s Australian Rivers Institute, CSIRO and the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility studied the impact of the catastrophic floods of early 2011 – which saw much of Queensland declared a […]