The Australian Musem's (AM) Changing Climate exhibition explores key themes of how humans are changing the climate, the impact on Australia's ecosystem and animals and what we can do to address these issues on a personal level.
As part of this project, the AM published interviews with a variety of people to answer 3 questions: What is climate change? What are the impacts of climate change? What are the solutions to climate change? These videos explore the experiences of climate change in Australia and the Pacific and reflections on the solutions we are finding.
- Varsha Yajman, Spokesperson, Schools Strike 4 Climate
- Dr Tim Flannery, Distinguished Fellow in Climate Change, Australian Museum
- Tommy Esau, Leader, Kwaio people, Malaita, Solomon Islands
- Charlie Prell, Farmer, Crookwell. Deputy chair, Farmers for Climate Action
- Dr Chris Reid, Research Scientist, Entomology, Australian Museum Research Institute
- Nyimirr (Fleur Magick Dennis) and Millmullian (Laurance Magick Dennis), Cultural Educators, Milan Dhiiyaan
- Dr Kim Loo, General Practitioner, Carlingford. Member of Doctors for the Environment Australia
- Dr Peter Lawrence, Climate and Global Dynamics Laboratory, National Centre for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Colorado, USA
What is climate change?
Hear from leading science communicators, climate activists, regional farmers, cultural educators and health experts as they discuss what climate change is and how our changing environment is affecting our communities and the planet.
What are the impacts of climate change?
In Australia and the Pacific, the increase in severe weather conditions as a result of climate change, have had tremendous impact on people and the environment. Learn how our changing climate is affecting our communities and unique biodiversity.
What are some solutions to climate change?
Fortunately, we already have the solutions for tackling climate change. Discover how you can create a more positive future and help slow the progress of climate change and deal with its effects.