Posts Tagged Climate Change

20th Anniversary of the Monash Institute for Medical Research

20th Anniversary of the Monash Institute for Medical Research

On Wednesday, September 28, Professor Chubb spoke on the state of medical research in Australia and the importance of scientists from all disciplines working to improve the level of respect for, and understanding of science. TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE.

28 September 2011

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Professor Ian Chubb's JR Vickery Address at the 44th Annual AIFST Convention

Professor Ian Chubb’s JR Vickery Address at the 44th Annual AIFST Convention

On Monday, 11 July 2011, Professor Ian Chubb gave the JR Vickery Address at the 44th Annual AIFST Convention. TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE.

18 July 2011

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Climate Change: Science and Solutions for Australia

Climate Change: Science and Solutions for Australia

A new book promises to help inform business, government, and the community about the many issues that need to be addressed in response to climate change.

7 April 2011

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A day on board the Antarctic research vessel Aurora Australis

A day on board the Antarctic research vessel Aurora Australis

In just three minutes, this video encapsulates some of the important research undertaken on a recent summer Antarctic voyage.

24 March 2011

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Using technology to trump climate change

Using technology to trump climate change

In the face of a growing population and rising temperatures, new nano and biotechnologies could hold the solutions for cleaner, greener lifestyles.

10 February 2011

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Mapping plankton pathways in the Southern Ocean

Mapping plankton pathways in the Southern Ocean

They might be small, but plankton and krill may hold answers to some of the vital questions on Antarctic ecosystems.

23 December 2010

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Securing Australia’s future: PMSEIC releases expert reports on food security and energy-water-carbon intersections

Securing Australia’s future: PMSEIC releases expert reports on food security and energy-water-carbon intersections

The Prime Minister’s Science Engineering and Innovation Council has released two new expert reports on serious issues facing the nation.

1 December 2010

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Extreme Climate Science in Antarctica

Extreme Climate Science in Antarctica

Forget sun, sand and surf, this summer almost 125 scientists are leaving the warmth behind and heading south for ice, snow and frosty winds.

16 November 2010

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Buildings go green for sustainability

Buildings go green for sustainability

Celebrating everything from sky high grass roofs all the way down to underground heating systems, World Green Building week has begun and is raising the profile of sustainable buildings around the globe.

20 September 2010

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Delayed action increases risk of dangerous climate change

At a time when governments are struggling to adopt climate legislation, the Chief Scientist for Australia, Professor Penny D Sackett, said continued delays in reducing carbon emissions could ultimately contribute to the dangerous impacts of global warming.

7 May 2010

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