By Professor Emma Johnston AO, President of Science & Technology Australiaand Kylie Walker, CEO of Science & Technology Australia Professor Ian Plimer labelled the assertion that 97% of climate scientists agree humans are causing climate change as a ‘zombie statistic’ in the Australian this week – today we label his claim as a particularly pungent […]
Science & Technology Australia (STA) has welcomed the official launch of the Australian Research Council’s Centre of Excellence in Climate Extremes, which is also one of STA’s newest member organisations. Opened by the Hon Craig Laundy MP, on behalf of the Minister for Education and Training, the Hon. Simon Birmingham, the Centre will be based […]
The Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand (CASANZ) brings together people with an interest in environmental science and management with particular reference to air quality, climate change, and related issues.
AMOS is having a 30th anniversary celebration this year, and they will be marking the occasion with a 2 day symposium in Melbourne this August.
Science and Technology Australia has welcomed the Government’s announcement that CSIRO’s climate science capacity will be expanded. “Climate science is important, and Australia’s geographic position and capabilities mean it is uniquely positioned to make significant contributions to the world’s body of knowledge in this critical area,” said STA Chief Executive Kylie Walker. “We commend further investment in […]
Science & Technology Australia today congratulated the Coalition on its return to Government and called for a strong and forward-looking commitment to supporting great Australian science and technology and STEM education. “We congratulate the Turnbull Government and all MPs and Senators who succeeded at this Federal election, and look forward to working with all parties […]