Water Availability in a Changing Climate
The Water for a Healthy Country Flagship is investigating how a changing climate and land use is impacting on Australia's future water security and developing scientific tools and knowledge to help water managers plan accordingly.
Microbes turn the heat up on groundwater cleanup
While investigating ways of cleaning up groundwater contamination, CSIRO researchers have discovered that micro-organisms which normally assist the remediation process can actually get too hot for their own good.
CSIRO launches Mandarin Podcasts
A series of podcasts in Mandarin language were launched in Canberra today which highlight careers in science and in working with Australian science and industry to a potential audience of 1.2 billion people worldwide.
Urban Systems Research Program
CSIRO urban research is enabling more sustainable cities through trans-disciplinary research and the development of new technologies and modelling approaches.
Dr Michael Dunlop: Conserving biodiversity in a changing climate
Dr Michael Dunlop works on biodiversity and climate change. He has a special focus on understanding the implications of climate change for conservation, and helping managers and policymakers develop approaches to conservation that will be effective in a changing climate.
Dr Andrew Ash: Research Scientist, Climate Adaptation Flagship
Dr Andrew Ash leads CSIRO's research on adapting to life in a changing climate. As the former Director of the Climate Adaptation Flagship, he oversaw a large and diverse portfolio of research activities across Australia. Andrew now works in the Agricultural Systems Program.
Examining the limits to growth (Podcast 11 Nov 2008)
The Limits to Growth, published in 1972, was a landmark publication when first released, one of the first studies to link the world economy with the state of the environment. In this podcast, Dr Graham Turner talks about his recent study that validates one of the book’s key scenarios. (7:30)