Viticulture delivers important messages about a changing climate and grape-growers and wine producers are observant and responsive to any impacts on their product, especially when it comes to signs that a particular grape variety or vineyard is not performing. One example is in South Australia, where high-quality wine producers are using their expertise to adapt to the state’s changing climatic conditions.
A warming climate will create more hot and dry conditions for Melbourne and tree-planting now will help protect future residents from heat, increase biodiversity, improve air quality and enhance recreational opportunities.
King Penguin’s have been laying eggs at Melbourne Aquarium as part of a breeding program. Janene Trickey reports for Melbourne newspaper – The Age.
Human causes of greenhouse gases are a problem because they are changing the climate of Earth at a rate faster than we may be able to adapt to.
We can’t know for sure what the future holds. But, there are enough scientific resources dedicated globally to better understanding our climate and the impact of humans upon it, that we should have a reasonable idea of what to expect. In 2009 a US survey showed 96.2 per cent (76/79) of published climate science