The fundamental design for the next generation of regional climate projections has now received a ‘seal of approval’ following successful completion of the international journal peer review process.
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Human health issues, including mental health disorders, are arguably one of the lesser-known impacts of climate change.
With the latest contribution released by the IPCC, we more clearly understand the impacts and damages that have already been caused by climate change, and the impacts that are expected to occur in the future.
East Coast Lows (ECLs) are extreme storms that can cause significant flood and wind damage along the NSW coast. With climate change on the minds of many of us, it’s important for us to consider what role climate change has in driving these events.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released observed and projected impacts of climate change, the adaptation capabilities of communities and ecosystems and the vulnerabilities posed to humans and natural systems.
On 11th February we celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science by proudly profiling two of our talented and innovative female climate researchers that are breaking boundaries and contributing to NSW’s world-class science that guides our response to climate change adaptation.
We are excited to launch the new look AdaptNSW website today to help people around the State to prepare and adapt to climate change impacts.
Did you know the NSW Government includes the same global climate models (CMIP6) in their climate research that underpin the latest findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change? This is part of the development of our next generation of regional climate data, known as NARCliM2.0.
The 2021 AdaptNSW webinar "Adaptation in action: heat risks and opportunities in your local government area" attracted over 300 people interested in managing the impacts of extreme heat and heatwaves.