Future of the Environment

Unpredictable weather is wreaking havoc in this country - but what's to blame?

Aspects of drought are linked with climate change. Image: REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy

Ben Henley

Research Fellow, University of Melbourne

Andrew King

Climates extremes research fellow, University of Melbourne

Anna Ukkola

Research Fellow, Australian National University

Murray Peel

Senior lecturer, University of Melbourne

Rory Nathan

Associate Professor Hydrology and Water Resources, University of Melbourne

Q J Wang

Professor, University of Melbourne


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