Category Archives: Bureau of Meteorology

Galileo’s mantle is a poor fit for new Senator Malcolm Roberts

Malcolm Roberts is no Galileo, but he would make a fine Inquisitor. The self-belief of Malcolm Roberts was put to the test in last week’s ABC panel discussion, Q&A, and the newly-minted One Nation senator for Queensland came out with … Continue reading

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How they took Earth’s temperature – and found a fever

It isn’t just that last year was warmer than ever. It’s the fact that every analysis shows the amount of warming last year was without precedent. It isn’t easy to get the head around how science worked out that Earth’s surface … Continue reading

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Strong emissions targets are the real leadership test

The government looks the goods on terrorism, but climate change presents a much bigger challenge. [30 June 2015 | Peter Boyer] When federal parliament voted last week to cut by 20 per cent the amount of clean energy it aims … Continue reading

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