A surge in 'extreme rainstorms' is coming, new report warns - The New Daily

Australia's risk of extreme rainstorms and floods is expected to increase by at least 10 per cent for every 1°C rise in global temperature – much faster than previously predicted. However, this estimate could be as high as anywhere between 22.6 and 60 ...

More rain on the horizon as climate change affects Australia, study finds - The Sydney Morning Herald

Australians will need to batten down the hatches with more intense rain storms predicted as a result of higher humidity driven by a rise in global temperatures. New findings from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science, published in ...

Climate change forcing farmers to change how they manage their land - ABC Online

Nine out of every 10 rural and regional Australians say they're already feeling the effects of climate change, according to a new survey. The Climate Institute today released the results from a survey of 2,000 people across the country. As Brett ...

Climate change affects the rural life in Australia - Stоck Nеws USА

Climate change is the main worry for environmentalists and not only. People in Australia are worrying about it since it has already affected their lives. About 90% people that live in the rural areas of Australia already feel the impact of climate ...

Rural, regional communities feeling the effects of climate change - SBS

A study conducted by the Climate Council has found most people in rural and regional Australia feel they are already suffering the consequences of climate change. By. Julia Calixto. 16 Jan 2017 - 4:08 PM UPDATED YESTERDAY 4:09 PM ...

Situating rural children in climate change discourse - NewsDay

THE Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) is quite a comprehensive document, detailing global minimum child rights standards, but it does not seem to factor in climate change as one of the factors affecting children. GUEST OPINION WITH PETER ...

Nine in 10 rural Australians feeling effects of climate change: poll - Xinhua

CANBERRA, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) -- Nine in 10 rural Australians believe they are feeling the greater effects of climate change, the results of a Climate Institute poll said on Monday. The survey, which polled Australians from both cities and rural regions ...

Climate change: 90% of rural Australians say their lives are already affected - The Guardian

The Climate Institute says 82% of poll respondents in rural and regional Australia and 81% of those in capital cities were concerned about increased droughts as a result of climate change. Photograph: kristianbell/Getty Images/RooM RF. Calla Wahlquist.