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11 April 2018

A new partnership has been formed between the CCRC and the Faculty of Medicine to investigate and address the health problems associated with a changing climate.

1 April 2018

The global problem of climate change poses the greatest threat to the poorest countries, despite their least contribution to greenhouse gas emissions. 

20 March 2018

The Paris-Agreement commitments by countries around the world to reduce carbon emissions are not...

LCM2
28 October 2017

Our very own Laurie Menviel was offered one of the extremely competitive UNSW Scientia Fellowships. This is a huge achievement and great news for BEES (and the CCRC).

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27 October 2017

See a new map of CCRC alumni destinations. We're quite an international bunch, check it out!

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27 October 2017

Does God want us to surf? Is there any difference between a surfer and a drug addict? Did surfers discover relativity before Einstein? Who is the most under appreciated person in surfing? Why did Eddy go? How did Eddy know where to go?

isithot
25 September 2017

Have you ever felt hot but wondered whether it was just you? Have you been reading too much climate change news and are afraid you're now biased to think every other day is unusually hot?

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22 September 2017

Image produced by Stuart Ramsden from NCI’s Vizlab

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22 September 2017

While temperatures are expected to rise in most regions of the world as a consequence of global warming, the amount by which hot extremes increase shows strong regional differences.

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25 August 2017

Congratulations to Melissa Hart, Angela Maharaj and Giovanni Di Virgilio, for being awarded a $500k citizen science grant from the federal government for the Sydney schools weather and air quality network (SWAQ network).

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