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Runaway Global Warming Just Decades Away
Environment
Wednesday August 8 2018

Runaway Global Warming Just Decades Away

Earth may be just decades away from a climatic tipping point that triggers runaway global warming and threatens the future of humanity, scientists have warned.

HVAC and the Impact of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol
Buildings
Thursday November 23 2017

HVAC and the Impact of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol

The Montreal Protocol was designed to reduce ozone depleting substances which were affecting the earth’s protective ozone layer.

50-degree Future for Aussie Cities: Study
Environment
Thursday October 12 2017

50-degree Future for Aussie Cities: Study

Climate change could result in Melbourne and Sydney sweltering through 50-degree days within the next couple of decades, a new study warns.

Report Points to more Intense Natural Storms to Hit Australia
Environment
Wednesday November 16 2016

Report Points to more Intense Natural Storms to Hit Australia

Australia will be increasingly battered by severe storms, with Sydney to be hardest hit, a new report has found.

Australia Ratifies Paris Climate Deal
Environment
Friday November 11 2016

Australia Ratifies Paris Climate Deal

Australia joins the next round of international climate change talks with a treat in its bag after the federal government ratified the Paris agreement.

Paris Climate Deal Has Arrived – So What Happens Now?
Environment
Monday November 7 2016

Paris Climate Deal Has Arrived – So What Happens Now?

The Paris Agreement on climate change has come into force, faster than anyone had anticipated.

Climate Change to Impact Coffee Bean Farming
Environment
Wednesday August 31 2016

Climate Change to Impact Coffee Bean Farming

Global warming will leave coffee drinkers with a bitter aftertaste as it cuts usable coffee farming land in half by 2050, driving prices up and quality...

Rising Temperatures to Cost Billions by 2030
Environment
Friday July 22 2016

Rising Temperatures to Cost Billions by 2030

Rising temperatures caused by climate change may cost the world economy over $US2 trillion ($A2.63 trillion) in lost productivity by 2030 as hot weather makes it...

Global Economy Vulnerable to Changing Weather
Environment
Wednesday June 15 2016

Global Economy Vulnerable to Changing Weather

The globalisation of the world's economy this century has made it far more vulnerable to the impacts of extreme weather, including heat stress on workers, scientists...

Mining
Sep 27 2018
Climate Experts Call for WA Fracking Ban

The former head of the CSIRO's atmospheric research team and a former premier are among a group of more than 50 experts urging the Western Australian...

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Environment
Sep 7 2018
Climate Top Threat to Pacific: Leaders

Australia's signing of a declaration calling climate change the "single greatest threat" to the Pacific region must be followed up with real action on emissions, environmental...

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Environment
Sep 6 2018
Morrison Weighs up Drought-proofing Tools

A national water transport network to help farmers is one proposal Prime Minister Scott Morrison will look at to guard against future droughts.

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Environment
Jul 5 2018
Pull Out of Paris Agreement, Abbott Urges

Former prime minister Tony Abbott wants the government to pull out of the Paris climate agreement, saying it would be the best way to keep energy...

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Environment
Apr 10 2018
No End in Sight for Drought-hit NSW

Farmers desperate for Autumn rains to keep alive their cattle, flocks and crops are struggling in the dry heat of a drought which is affecting a...

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