Results for Tag: climate change

‘Climate Week’ at Huonville High

Prof Gretta Pecl opened the Climate Week at Huonville High, organised by their Zayed Sustainability Team. Prof Pecl talked about how the IPCC process worked and then made bike powered donuts! These amazing youth leaders have a whole week of climate action activities planned!

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Successful ARC Future Fellowship at CMS

Sincere congratulations to Prof Julia Blanchard for her successful ARC Future Fellowship application with the project "Bridging the land–sea divide to ensure food security under climate change"!! This project aims to comprehensively evaluate ocean-based food solutions to meet food security needs under climate change. It will resolve a critical blind spot in current plans that […]

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China-Japan High-level Experts Symposium on Marine Environment

Prof Gretta Pecl was a panellist at the roundtable discussion session on "Marine environment and marine ecology protection, marine sustainable development". The online symposium was attended by more than 10,000 people along the day. About the event: The first "China-Japan High-level Expert Symposium on Marine Environment " focused on recent advances in the fields of […]

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Climate Friction

CMS Communication Challenge, video entry by Chloe Lucas

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PEW fellowship Harnessing big data and citizen science to understand, predict and protect fish size diversity in coastal ecosystems

2020 PEW Marine Fellow Asta Audzijonyte

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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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