Averting Climate Catastrophe: Extinction Rebellion, Business & People Power

In 2018 the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warned that we have only 12 years at current global greenhouse gas emissions rates before our chances o

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Climate Café: How can we cut the carbon footprint of our food?

Food generates a lot of carbon dioxide and equivalent emissions. There's the agricultural impact to grow it (think fertiliser, feed and flatulant cows).

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Food carbon footprint

2040: Film screening and panel discussion

Drawing on experts from around the world to focus on climate, economics, technology, civil society, agriculture and sustainability, 2040 maps out a pathway f

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2040 documentary

Short Course: Climate Essentials

Climate change is already affecting communities throughout Australia with recent average annual temperatures about 1.14°C above those in pre-industrial times

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Climate Essentials Short Course

Solving the Climate & Health Crisis

The ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) and the ANU Climate Change Institute (CCI) are joining forces to host this half day symposium to

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Solving the Climate & Health Crisis

Climate Change Adaptation in Asia and the Pacific: Is Gender Relevant?

Do you consider gender a consideration for your program, project or research? Now is the time to reflect on this.

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Gender and climate change in Asia and the Pacific

Climate Update 2019

In this 1.5 minute video, ANU experts discuss how our climate changed in 2018 and the economic implications of climate change at the ANU Climate Update 2019.

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ANU Climate Update 2019

Climate Café: How you can improve your health by acting on climate change


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More active transport such as walking or cycling, spending less time in our cars and growing and consuming food locally not only improve our wellbeing but also help reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.

Contributing to climate change solutions
via innovative, interdisciplinary approaches

The ANU Climate Change Institute draws on the wealth of expertise across the University’s seven colleges and connects our work to governments, the private sector and the community as a whole. read more


Research in climate change at ANU covers a broad range of themes, from the science of climate change to societal responses from economic, legal, sociological and political perspectives.

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The ANU offers a variety of courses covering a broad spectrum of climate-related topics – from earth system science to climate law, international climate policy to water, and so much more.

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