Learning to adapt to future climates
Climate change is already underway, and will bring many changes to our weather, lifestyles and economy. Here are some ideas behind climate adaptation and what it may mean for you.
CSIRO's online Flood Damage Advisor service
CSIRO's Flood Damage Advisor is an online web based tool that provides the user information of a number of common building fabric and material problems that occur after a flood.
Finding better ways to manage agricultural systems and lands so that food and fibre production can be sustained in balance with environmental and socioeconomic outcomes.
Science for our environment
CSIRO and its partners seek to develop solutions to Australia’s environmental challenges.
CSIRO is committed to the challenge of using science, combined with community and industry knowledge, to make sure that our ecosystems are sustainable for the long term prosperity of Australia.
Planning for sea level rise
Government, industry and the community need to work together to consider how best to plan for rising sea levels that will affect coastal communities, industries and ecosystems.
Examining the gap between science and policy
This 47-minute video captures a presentation by CSIRO's Dr Rohan Nelson to the Western Australian Department of Food and Agriculture exploring the way science informs policy for adapting to climate change.
Regional impacts of climate change
CSIRO has developed region-by-region climate change projections for Australia.
CSIRO’s Climate Impacts Group has developed region-by-region climate change projections for Australia.
Climate change in Australia: technical report 2007
This report, Climate Change in Australia, was developed by CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology through the Australian Climate Change Science Program, and provides the most up to date assessment of Australia's changing climate. (148 pages).