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Climate Research Fellow, Climate Futures Programme, University of Tasmania

Dr Tomas Remenyi is a climate impacts researcher, expert at translating complex climate science into useful, accessible products, tools or advice. Tom focuses on meaningful engagement with stakeholders so as to rapidly determine the nexus of where their needs intersect with what known science can actually deliver. Tom has experience delivering useful climate services and tools across a range sectors including natural hazards (coauthor of the 2016 Tasmania State Natural Disaster Risk Assessment), emergency services (fire, flood, ses, ambulance), the alpine industry, the energy sector (Hydro Tasmania), numerous government departments and agriculture (Wine Australia, lead author of Australia’s Wine Future - A Climate Atlas). Tom has a dynamic mix of science and commerce training that allows him to view both the research and commercial sectors from a perspective that differs from others. As a ‘systems thinker’ Tom is always trying to figure out what the blockers are to positive change within society across multiple sectors. Currently working as a climate research fellow, Tom’s uses his abilities to help strategic decision makers plan for the coming challenges into the future.


  • –present
    Climate Research Fellow, University of Tasmania


  • 2013 
    University of Tasmania, PhD
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