A new paper reveals how companies frequently under-report Scope 3 emissions by focusing on insignificant categories.
Understanding how hailstorm frequency has changed over time can help us build resilience against future hail events.
Marine heatwaves aren’t just on the surface. They can be at their most destructive when they sweep along the seafloor.
UNSW Emeritus Professor John Church speaks on sea level change while accepting the 2023 Axford Medal.
A UNSW Sydney scientist explains exactly how an El Niño event manifests and why it can be difficult to predict.
Emeritus Professor John Church has been awarded the 2023 Prince Albert I Medal for his outstanding contribution to sea level research and insights into climate change.
The research helps us understand how El Niño and La Niña will change as the world warms in the future.
Could plumes of smoke from the Black Summer of fire have cooled regions of the Pacific and triggered a La Niña? New research suggests it’s possible.
Life relies on a fine balance between energy in and energy out. But heating the world 1.2℃ means we’ve trapped an extraordinary amount of extra energy in the Earth system.
Do record-breaking wind speeds mean a particularly catastrophic storm? Not always – and it can be tricky to get precise measurements.