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Climate Change Institute conducts Climate Change Adaptation Toolkit development training in Nepal
Climate Change Institute conducts Climate Change Adaptation Toolkit development training in Nepal

Climate Change Institute conducts Climate Change Adaptation Toolkit development training in Nepal

A three day workshop on the IAP Climate Change Adaptation Toolkit was held in Kathmandu, Nepal.

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ANU Climate Update
ANU Climate Update

ANU Climate Update

The 19th Conference of Parties to the UNFCCC is meeting in Warsaw this week to pave the way for a new climate agreement. At the ANU Climate Update, 4 December 2013, experts will share their views on the progress achieved and prospects for the future.

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Working Towards Improving Resilience and Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change in the Himalayan region
Working Towards Improving Resilience and Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change in the Himalayan region

Working Towards Improving Resilience and Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change in the Himalayan region

There is a growing demand for research to provide information for a deeper and more useful understanding of resilience and adaptive capacity to aid in decision making processes.

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Untangling the confusion around land carbon and climate change mitigation policy
Untangling the confusion around land carbon and climate change mitigation policy

Untangling the confusion around land carbon and climate change mitigation policy

Policy-makers and the off-setting industry worldwide need to re-think the idea that planting trees can offset carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels, says an international study published today in Nature Climate Change.

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Climate Change and The Third Pole
Climate Change and The Third Pole

Climate Change and The Third Pole

Climate Change Institute will work towards improving resilience and adaptive capacity to climate change in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan (HKH) region

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The 2014 ANU Climate & Energy Research Student Expo

The 2014 ANU Climate & Energy Research Student Expo

Postgraduate research students in climate change and energy change showcased their research at the Student Expo. Special congratulations to Rani Yesudas and Boon Ping for winning the awards for best presentation. This year, the Expo featured a special session on post PhD career pathways by Dr. Margi Böhm (CSIRO) and Dr. Nathan Steggel (WindLab), who spoke about post PhD career trajectories in academia and research as well as the private sector. Recordings available.

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Clive Hamilton and John Dryzek discuss climate change and ethics [Recording available]

Clive Hamilton and John Dryzek discuss climate change and ethics [Recording available]

Climate change raises a wide range of ethical questions, centered on the relationship between human societies and their global environment. Clive Hamilton and John Dryzek, both leading thinkers in climate change ethics and politics, have addressed the topics of sharing the responsibility for global climate change mitigation, intergenerational equity, and on the role of discourses in constructing both ethical and policy frameworks on climate change in the second installement of the ANU Climate Change Colloquium.

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Anthea Harris and a panel of experts discuss Australia's climate change mitigation targets and progress in the inaugural ANU Climate Change Colloquium [Recording available]

Anthea Harris and a panel of experts discuss Australia's climate change mitigation targets and progress in the inaugural ANU Climate Change Colloquium [Recording available]

In this inaugural forum, Climate Change Authority (CCA) CEO Anthea Harris, along with ANU academics Frank Jotzo and Mike Raupach as well as Scott Ferraro from ClimateWorks, reviewed and commented on the latest CCA report "Targets and Progress" and specifically what the report's findings will mean for Australia's mitigation strategy.

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