18th April 2017: We've become aware of a problem with the reset password process where users do not receive the reset email sent by the system. We're working with our server managers to rectify the problem.
Australia’s Changing Climate is a brochure that summarises how our climate has changed in recent decades, how it may change in future, potential impacts and solutions.
Drawing on the wealth of understanding underpinning the 2015 region-based projections, this brochure gives the ‘whole of Australia’ perspective. The brochure is designed to be easy to read, with extensive use of illustrations and figures to convey the information.
Download a PDF copy from the Publications Library
The Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO have released the fourth, biennial State of the Climate report. It draws on the latest monitoring, science and projections information to describe variability and changes in Australia's climate, and how it is likely to change in the future.
Observations and climate modelling paint a consistent picture of ongoing, long-term climate change interacting with underlying natural variability.
Read the details online or download a copy from the BoM website
As previously indicated, we have switched to a new user sign-in and account management system.
If you are a registered user, you should have received an email from us with instructions for switching your account over.
If you did not receive the email for some reason, please follow the instructions below. However, if the email address you used to register is no longer current, you will need to do a new registration.
If your registered email is still valid:
If your registered email is no longer valid:
If you haven any trouble, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The CCIA Team
We are ready to implement the new sign-in system. The change-over will take place overnight on Monday 28th November.
Registered users will simply have to reset their password in order to switch across to the new system. Instructions will be emailed directly to all registered users on Tuesday 29th November 2016.
(Registered users please note that if the email address you originally used to register is no longer current, you will not be able to make the change-over and will have to register afresh.)
The CCIA Team
As registered users are aware, registration and sign-in for the Climate Change in Australia website is handled using the open source service "Persona".
Unfortunately, the Persona service will soon be closed down so we will have to change how registration and sign-in is handled. We are currently evaluating options and will start work on a replacement system shortly. We will do our utmost to minimise the inconvenience of this change to existing registered users.
Please keep an eye on this News & Updates page for further information. Once we have a launch date for the new system we will send an email to all registered users with instructions. If your registered email address is no longer current, please contact us at email@example.com and let us know your new address.
Thanks for your patience.
The CCIA Team
Please check out the latest addition to the Climate Campus: new and/or updated guidance on Using Climate Projections for impact assessment. The new material covers:
The NESP Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub is committed to using our understanding of Australia’s past, present and future climate to supply useful and accessible climate information for Australia. The research will help address major challenges for water, food, natural resources, coasts, natural disasters and greenhouse gases. There are 11 projects , one of which will maintain and improve the Climate Change in Australia website and deliver better climate products and services – see http://nespclimate.com.au/regional-projections/
The ACT Climate Change Adaptation Strategy - Living with a warming climate' is focused on five key sectors – disaster and emergency management, community health and wellbeing, settlements and infrastructure, water, and natural resources and ecosystems. It and draws on the regional climate projections jointly developed by CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology in 2015.
A recent journal paper that might be of interest: Whetton et al. (2016) 'A short history of the future: Australian Climate Projections 1987-2015'
The Bureau of Meteorology released the.
22nd December 2015
Today we added a new page within the Publications Library section of the website. This page provides links to published peer-reviewed journal papers detailing the scientific research that underpins aspects of the 2015 Climate Change in Australia projections.
Relevant publications will be added over time and whenever possible we will provide a direct download (copyright provisions permitting).
Take a look a the new Journal Papers page.