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Australian summer – too hot to handle for flying-foxes?
Increasing heatwaves across Australia impact dramatically on flying-fox populations.
A Close Encounter of the Climate Kind: Mick Aschroft shares his experiences at the frontier
Two of our researchers are pioneering new techniques for measuring changes in climate on small, and revealing scales.
Great Barrier Reef sustainability plan
A new plan for sustaining the Great Barrier Reef ignores climate change impacts, says Australian Museum research head.
The International Children's Conference on the Environment run by UNEP (United Nations Environment Program).
Nemo won’t find home in an acidified ocean
As oceans become more acid, senses larval fishes need to navigate will become dysfunctional.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature 2019 – Tony Birch
Listen to Aboriginal poet and novelist Tony Birch as he explores how First Nations ecological knowledge could help mitigate the impacts of climate change.
Six reasons for hope in the face of climate change: Professor Lesley Hughes
Read pioneering ecologist Professor Lesley Hughes's inspiring speech on the occasion of her acceptance of the 2019 AMRI Lifetime Achievement Award.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature 2019 – Andrea Gaynor
Hold the past to account with Andrea Gaynor, University of Western Australia as she proposes `radical remembering’ to actively confront the challenges of the Anthropocene.
Live at the AM: HumanNature Series 2019 - Mark Carey
The culture and politics of ice. University of Oregon’s Mark Carey explores the fundamental role of glacial ice in global economics and politics, and within imaginative, historical and colonial narratives.
Bushfires and our changed country
The Australian Museum, through its research and engagement with Australia’s people and biodiversity, will be continuing to deepen understandings of how best to respond to the challenges of living with climate crisis.