Results for Tag: climate change adaptation

Webinar Series - 'The Long Hot Summer: Getting Ahead of the Heatwave' - 11-15th Dec 2023

Every morning from 11-15th December 2023, CMS & IMAS hosted a special online webinar series titled 'The Long Hot Summer: Getting Ahead of the Heatwave'. Please see original event page for the webinar series here: The Long Hot Summer: Getting Ahead of the Heatwave (CMS Events) Background: Australia's southeast is currently up to 4 degrees […]

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Climate Council's 'Code Blue: Our Oceans in Crisis' Report Out Now

The Climate Council’s Code Blue report is now available, with our own CMS Director Prof Gretta Pecl as a coauthor on the report. Report link: Code Blue: Our Oceans in Crisis | Climate Council Media interviews with Gretta: ABC TV Breakfast News interview ABC News Stories : ABC iview ABC Radio interview with Ryk Goddard […]

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CMS Showcase 2023: Connections and collaborations to ensure a thriving future ocean

The CMS held our annual showcase event in Hobart/Nipaluna on 11th August 2023, with over 160 people in attendance ranging from our members and students, to government representatives, industry representatives, researchers, and traditional owners and custodians. The day was structured around a series of stakeholder panels which allowed stakeholders to shape discussion and agendas, as […]

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Fear and Wonder podcast: how species are responding to climate change – and how humans can help

Around half of all life on Earth is on the move because of climate change, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Many species’ habitats are changing, forcing them to move, while others are fleeing harm’s way as new predators move in. This staggering statistic shows just one of the ways climate change […]

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Australia state of the environment 2021 report: marine chapter

The SoE is an independent and evidence-based review, delivered every 5 years as a requirement of the EPBC Act, providing a comprehensive and authoritative assessment of the state of Australia’s environment. It aims to help shape policy and action, influence behaviour and assists in assessing our interventions as stewards of the Australian environment. The Marine […]

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Webinar: Climate Change Adaptation: What it means for Tasmania – UTAS Island of Ideas Public Lecture Series

This webinar explored climate change adaptation from the cutting-edge science to on-the-ground action. Looking at what is happening locally to adapt to the impacts of climate change and Tasmania’s role in broader programs like the National Environmental Science Program. This forum was hosted by the patron of National Science Week Tasmania and CMS member, Dr […]

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CMS’s most recent PhD graduate Dr Hannah Fogarty!

Congratulations to CMS’s most recent PhD graduate Dr Hannah Fogarty for her PhD on "Climate ready: identifying adaptation preparedness in Australia’s State fisheries", supervised by Prof Gretta Pecl, Dr Alistair Hobday and Dr Chris Cvitanovic.

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CMS contributes to new FAO report on adaptive management of fisheries in response to climate change

This major global report aims to accelerate climate change adaptation implementation in fisheries management throughout the world, providing information to underpin strengthening the resilience of fisheries, reducing their vulnerability to climate change, and enabling managers to respond in a timely manner to the projected changes in the dynamics of marine resources and ecosystems. Dr Beth […]

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Project Launch! Public-powered science: Curious Climate Tasmania to answer big questions

Over the next two weeks Tasmanians can have their most pressing climate change questions answered through a new collaborative science and journalism initiative called Curious Climate Tasmania. Launched today, the project is led by the University’s Centre for Marine Socioecology (CMS) in collaboration with the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), the Tasmanian Institute […]

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