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9 May 2019

A Shorten Labor Government will commit $15 million to establish the National Health and Climate Centre at UNSW Sydney, co-ordinating research and responses to the impact of climate change on the health of Australians.

16 August 2018

Carbonator is a simple climate model. Unlike a full climate model that can tell us how climate variables evolve at different locations it can only tell us how a subset of variables change on a global scale (e.g.

2 July 2018

Laurie Menviel's work at the CCRC regarding the role of the Southern Hemisphere's westerlies on changes in the atmospheric CO2 during the last deglaciation has been recently published in Nature Communications.


2 July 2018

Katrin Meissner's work at the CCRC regarding the assessment of the model's predictive power using historical data is mentioned in a recent Nature article on nature index.


26 June 2018

Selected intervals in the past that were as warm or warmer than today can help us understand what the Earth may be like under future global warming. A latest assessment of past warm periods, published in Nature Geoscienceby an international team...

Visit from the Vietnamese Vice President
3 May 2018

The Vietnamese Vice President granted the CCRC a visit on Friday April 27th. The Vice President of Vietnam has a strong interest in the studies of the Global Climate Change and reached out to CCRC with the aim of implementing a...

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...

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).