Because Australian governments have introduced more than 300 programs to tackle climate change since Australia signed the Kyoto Protocol in 1997, we can assess the evidence of what works and what does not in reducing carbon emissions. The evidence shows that what reduces...
A comprehensive review of key climate indicators confirms the world is warming and the past decade was the warmest on record. More than 300 scientists from 48 countries analyzed data on 37 climate indicators, including sea ice, glaciers and air temperatures. A more detailed...
This paper explains how atmospheric carbon is introduced into the soil and how it stored in stable forms. It identifies the farming techniques that are responsible for the decline in soil carbon and gives alternative practices that do not damage carbon. Increasing soil carbon...
This report was commissioned by the Australian Agricultural Alliance on Climate Change, and should be cited as: S. Hatfield-Dodds, J. Carwardine, M. Dunlop, P. Graham and C. Klein, 2007, Rural Australia Providing Climate Solutions. Preliminary report to the Australian...
The Masters of the Climate project is an example of the strength, flexibility and importance of the collaborative research partnership which is the Managing Climate Variability Program. Climate variability is an issue that we all face and must deal with.Through the Managing...
This project addressed the capacity of Australian farmers and landcare members to adopt innovative techniques for managing for climate variability. The project provided practical case studies of the success and failures experienced by farmers in applying various agricultural...
It is now commonly accepted by the majority of scientist's world wide that greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere has already led to a warming of the earth's surface. If the volume of greenhouse gases produced by human activity continues to increase further warming is...
Contribution of Working Group I to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Changes and Challenges for Western Graziers Dr Peter Wylie Horizon Rural Management Address to the AGM of SWNRM, Charleville 28th September 2007
A draft by Alan Lauder of a document on the nature of drought.
A report submitted to the Brisbane City Council by Dr. Jim London and Professor Rod Simpson on the topic of an economic evaluation of the health impacts of air pollution in the BCC area.

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