climate change

A rescue boat arriving late to a capsizing ship

Visual communicators can help save the planet, one design at a time.

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Marine heatwaves have led to major economic losses around the world, a new study shows – and researchers say we need global action to ease the impacts of extreme warming events on ocean life.

Woman stands in front of her destroyed home in Vanuatu

As climate change amplifies the frequency and severity of extreme weather events, evacuations are likely to become increasingly common and costly – in human and economic terms.

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UNSW and Nexport are creating a purpose-built lab for students and researchers to develop zero-emissions technologies for electric buses.  

A child holding a poster on landfill with 'save our planet' written on it.

Adults (and governments) don’t see children as agents of their own human rights – and that's a big problem.

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From higher mortgages to hoarding outdated technologies, how will the government’s current stance on climate change affect the economy for Australians?

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Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull told a discussion on achieving carbon neutrality that Australia is viewed as a “climate laggard”.

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Children and young people are likely to face the worst effects of climate change, but they’ve often been denied a seat at the table in global discussions on how to tackle the climate crisis. 

The ocean

The oceans around New Zealand are warming faster in winter than in summer. During the winter of 2021, most coastal areas were warmer than usual, and this is likely to bring more storms during summer.

Night time silhouette of an industrial plant worker

Disclosure requirements work, forcing companies to own up to their customers and investors.

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