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CMS Member Dr Chloe Lucas wins Tasmanian 2023 Young Tall Poppy of the Year

CMS would like to extend a huge congratulations to Dr Chloe Lucas on receiving the Tasmanian 2023 Young Tall Poppy of the Year! Dr Chloe Lucas, is a geographer (Lecturer and Research Fellow in the School of Geography, Planning, and Spatial Sciences, the School of Natural Sciences and the Centre for Marine Socioecology, at the […]

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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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Curious Climate Showcase

CMS co-hosted the inaugural Curious Climate Showcase on Feb 28th at CSIRO in Salamanca. The event, which was opened by UTAS Vice-Chancellor Prof Rufus Black, sought to celebrate the success of the two programs including the many awards they have received - and to thank the many climate experts who have volunteered their time and expertise […]

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Article on UTAS News “Award-winning Curious Climate Tasmania program”

This article features the Curious Climate Tasmania project and its recent awards. This article also features results from Emma Hamasaki’s 3rd year research project, supervised by CMS members Dr Rachel Kelly and Dr Aysha Fleming. Read article here

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Curious climate schools answers launched

Today, to mark the start of COP26 UN climate summit in Glasgow, University of Tasmania climate researchers are launching an unprecedented online resource on climate change for young people in Tasmania. As part of the Curious Climate Schools project, one thousand school students worked with their classes to come up with their top 273 questions […]

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