2 July, 2020
Climate Futures researchers Dr Bec Harris and Dr Tom Remenyi were panellists in the Cities Power Partnership's Climate and Bushfires Tasmanian Roundtable.
16 June, 2020
The Conversation covers Climate Futures research into wine growing conditions under climate change.
14 June, 2020
The Climate Futures research group has launched Australia's Wine Future: A Climate Atlas, the culmination of a 4-year research project, supported by Wine Australia.
13 June, 2020
Climate Futures' Climate Atlas is featured in an in-depth report on the ABC's Landline.
30 April, 2020
IPPC author and Climate Futures researcher Prof. Nathan Bindoff presented in an online webinar discussing the IPCC's latest report on oceans and climate change, and exploring its implications for Australia.
27 April, 2020
Climate Futures researcher Dr Tomas Remenyi participated in an online discussion of incorporating sustainability in careers.
24 April, 2020
Prof Nathan Bindoff and colleagues published research which shows that 90% of the net global ocean heat gain during 2005–2015 was confined to the southern hemisphere ocean.
13 April, 2020
Prof Bindoff was interviewed by Catherine Praiswater on the Your Positive Impact podcast on his life and work.
6 March, 2020
Biologist Dr Annegret Grimm-Seyforth is visiting Climate Futures in Hobart from 2-22 March 2020.
25 February, 2020
Dr Rebecca Harris participated in a public panel discussion on climate change at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG).
23 February, 2020
An explainer on post-fire ecosystem recovery published by Climate Futures researchers in The Conversation has had over 100,000 reads.
1 February, 2020
Dr Nick Earl traveled to Perth for the annual Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Conference.
10 December, 2019
The Climate Futures team held a workshop at UTAS' Medical Sciences precinct, presenting the final analysis for the group's Compound Extreme Events project.
1 November, 2019
Climate Futures researchers present at MODSIM 2019 in Canberra.
20 September, 2019
Professor Nathan Bindoff was a key author of the Special Report on the Oceans and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate.
1 July, 2019
In July 2019, Climate Futures moved from the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (ACE CRC) to the Discipline of Geography at the University of Tasmania.
15 June, 2019
The Future Fire Danger Report is the highest-resolution, long-term climate modelling study of future fire risk produced in Australia.
1 June, 2019
Climate Futures researcher Tom Remenyi presented at Sustainable Timbers Tasmania's Leadership and Innovation Conference in June 2019.
7 February, 2019
Climate Futures researchers published an article in The Conversation explaining the link between "dry lighting" and recent Tasmanian bushfires.
13 January, 2019
Tom Remenyi was interviewed by BBC journalist Hywel Griffith for a news segment about Tasmania.
1 August, 2018
Nick Earl joins the Climate Futures team as a research associate from the University of Melbourne.
5 July, 2018
Climate Futures researcher Dr Bec Harris was lead author on a journal article in Nature Climate Change, and also co-authored an allied article on some of the authors' research in The Conversation.
16 May, 2018
Dr Bec Harris presents plenary talk at IPCC Expert Meeting on Regional Assessment in Trieste, Italy.
1 November, 2016
Dr Bec Harris has been awarded a prestigious Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellowship to work in Germany next year.
1 July, 2016
Tasmania's most comprehensive natural disaster risk assessment is presented to the state government.
1 June, 2016
The Tasmanian Government recently announced the launch of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Bushfire and Climate Change Research Project to examine how the state's fire fighting techniques can be strengthened.
1 October, 2015
Tasmania can expect roughly double the fire danger, over twice the area of land, by the end of the century.
6 December, 2012
Climate change research team wins national award for their work on the changing climate in Tasmania.
31 May, 2011
Fine-scale climate modelling results are now being put to use by Tasmanian farmers, businesses and the state government.