New ABARES research examines the climate change challenge facing Australian farmers
Ghanaian migrant farmers are bearing the brunt of climate change.
Rural migrant farmers are bearing the brunt of climate change in Ghana
Mosquitoes love the wetter weather La Niña brings to some parts of Australia. But will we see more mosquito-borne disease?
Examining old vegetation sediments to learn about shifting weather patterns and climate change.
Five capital city water storages fell over summer, and some appear to be facing dramatic long-term declines. Late drenching rains fell on southeastern Australia, but some unlucky centres missed out.
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Autumn may bring wetter-than-average conditions in parts of southern Australia, indicating a gradual easing of the drought in some areas.
Firefighters battle bushfires in Angourie, northern New South Wales, on September 10 this year, marking another early start to the season.
Bureau of Meteorology researchers painstakingly analysed more than 40 years of data to work out exactly what is causing Australia’s spring bushfire phenomenon.
Pastoralists rely on water tankers and aid in times of drought.
Changes in weather patterns have made life a great deal more precarious for pastoral communities.
Tree trunks, which were submersed when the dam was full, stand a the critically low dam in South Africa in 2018.
Australia’s subtropical regions are drying, but if we can slow the global temperature rise then rainfall should increase again.
A canoe ride on a flooded street in Ajegunle, a densely populated area in Lagos, Nigeria.
Heavy rains, poor and clogged drainage systems have made many towns and cities in Nigeria susceptible to massive flooding.
New research shows Australian farmers are adapting to climate change, offsetting at least part of a climate change-induced decline.
Farmers face falling crop yields and growing food demand.
As the world needs to produce more food to feed a larger and wealthier population, climate change is impacting a number of staple crops around the world.