Results for Tag: climate change

Keynote Talk - Dr Beth Fulton at ACSME 2023

CMS Deputy Director Dr Beth Fulton gave a keynote talk at ACSME 2023 (Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education), on 30 August 2023. Ever the engaging speaker, Beth highlights the value of maths in a climate-changed world. Conference theme: The changing climate of science education Talk title: Highlighting the value of maths in a climate-changed world […]

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The Curious Climate Tasmania team “Highly Commended” in Green Gown Awards

Congratulations to the Curious Climate Tasmania (CCT) team who were a finalist, and one of two ‘highly commended’ awards in the International Green Gown Awards, part of the United Nations High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, in the ‘Benefiting Society’ category. CCT delivers public-powered scientific engagement, bridging the gap between experts and audiences with credible, […]

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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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Curious Climate Schools project highlighted in Teacher magazine

The Curious Climate Schools project, led by CMS member Chloe Lucas and Gabi Mocatta was highlighted in the article "Q&A: School students’ connecting with experts on climate change", in Teacher Magazine. Find more about the Curious Climate Schools project.

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lutruwita, maireener and ill omens - from Forty South

CMS member Dean Greeno was interviewed in this article about how climate change is affecting the Maireener/rainbow shells and what it means for the Tasmanian aboriginal culture. Read article here

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Curious Climate finalist in the 2022 Green Gown Awards Australasia

Curious Climate program: student and community-led conversations with scientists on climate change, led by Gretta Pecl, Chloe Lucas and Gabi Mocatta and involving many CMS members, is a finalist in the 2022 Green Gown Awards Australasia!!

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Advocate for action to help fisheries adapt

CMS Director Prof Gretta Pecl was featured in FISH Magazine. Read article here

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Prof Gretta Pecl at The Lentil Intervention Podcast

In this podcast, they discuss :• Gretta’s passion for effective science communication and community engagement• Gretta’s involvement in various projects; Curious Climate, Future Seas and Redmap• The immense scope and scale of the latest IPCC sixth assessment report• The increased certainty of climate science findings• The key takeaways from the latest IPCC report• Relevant findings and adaptation limits […]

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The Climate Emergency: Can your choices change our future? - Island of Ideas Public Lecture Series

Is the climate problem so big, you don't know where to start, or what to do? Do you want to contribute to the sustainable future of our planet?  Find out from our experts how you can make a difference in this online seminar. Host:Gretta Pecl, Director, Centre for Marine Socioecology and ARC Future Fellow, University of Tasmania […]

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An Expert Panel on Climate Change Organised by the Centre for Marine Socioecology

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has just released the second part of its 6th Assessment Report – Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability, based on the work from IPCC Working Group II. To coincide with the release of this report, the first global update on climate change since 2014, the Centre for […]

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