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Climate change communication in Australia

The Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub conducts social research and leads impact focused projects to build media and policy infrastructure that adequately addresses climate change in Australia.

Keep up to date with the Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub's latest news and updates.

Tennis player retires from Aus Open qualifier after coughing fit

Climate change could make January too hot for Australian Open, scientists say

Republished from ABC News - Posted 

Climate scientists say the Australian Open could become too dangerous to play in the peak of Melbourne's summer and have proposed moving the major to a cooler month.

Rising temperatures could imperil future of Boxing Day Test cricket, report warns

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Republished from The Guardian Fri 27 Dec 2019 06.00 AEDT

Event may need to be played at night or in shoulder season as climate crisis exposes players and fans to unprecedented levels of extreme heat

MCCCRH awarded climate change innovation grant

In April 2018, the Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub was awarded a Victorian Climate Change Innovation Grant for the Victorian roll-out of Climate Communicators.

Climate Communicators launches in Melbourne

In May 2018, Channel 7's Jane Bunn and the ABC's Paul Higgins became the first television weather presenters in Australia to include climate informaton in their nightly weather segments, with both presenters recovering their climate content from the MCCCRH.

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MCCCRH attends COP24

In December 2018, the MCCCRH’s Communications Manager Stephanie Hall, and Project Officer, Tahnee Burgess attended the UN’s 24th Conference of Parties in Katowice, Poland with the Monash University delegation.

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