The risk of climate tipping points: perspectives from paleo-climate studies

IPCC climate change models portray gradual rises in temperature and related consequences through the current and following centuries.

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2014 Fenner Forum Series: Water – Living with hydro-meteorological extremes

Droughts and floods are characteristic of Australia, but continue to be treated as exceptional events.

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2014 Fenner Forum series

The 2014 Fenner Forum series aims to inform and invigorate discussion around major challenges and opportunities facing Australia and the world, focusing on t

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Managing flood risk with climate change in the 21st century: lessons from the USA

The last two decades in the United States have seen hurricanes and storms that have brought heavy loss of life and catastrophic property damages to much of t

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Sea level rise slowed by increasingly wet soils

During the last decade, a fifth of the water from melting pole and glacier ice was stored on land and so did not contribute to sea level rise.

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Fenner International Dinner 2014

Once again Fenner held a very successful International Dinner, celebrating the contribution of international students by hosting the annual International Din

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Three ARC Laureate Fellowship PhD Scholarships available now

Professor David Lindenmayer’s ARC Laureate Fellowship research program is offering three PhD Scholarships in the following areas. 

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The Fenner School of Environment & Society is unique in Australia. There are very few places in the world where economists and hydrologists, historians and ecologists, foresters, geographers and climatologists work together on the big environmental problems facing contemporary society.

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