The science of climate change, and the ways we can adapt to it, is an ongoing and evolving conversation.
And while it’s a debate, it’s not a new one.
It’s the topic that has been at the heart of a major policy debate for a long time, the one that’s been discussed in great detail in the scientific literature.
But it’s also one that has never been fully understood by those who have been studying it, according to a new report.
“The climate change debate is one of those things that is, frankly, a bit boring and repetitive,” says Dr Nick Broughton, a professor of environmental studies at the University of Western Australia.
He says the focus on what climate change does to our planet is a good thing, but that the issue needs to be approached in a way that acknowledges that it is complex and important.
“It’s important to recognise that climate change is complex, and that we need to be clear on how we think about the complexity,” he says.
For example, if we look at climate change as a system, then we can think about climate change in terms of a big system of interconnected systems.
But we can also think about it in terms or a subset of systems that are the environment.
We can think of climate as a complex system, in which we are dealing with a mix of feedbacks and interconnections, and it is not just one thing that we have to worry about.
“And yet, while climate change has had a big impact on the world in recent decades, Dr Broughtons research has shown that there are some key points about climate that remain largely unexplored.
His research has also shown that the more climate change becomes understood, the more it will impact on human society and wellbeing.
One of those is what it means for ecosystems.
Climate change has the potential to have profound and long-lasting impacts on species that are already very fragile, says Dr Boughton.
When you have these systems that have been designed to adapt and adapt well, they are very resilient to any change that’s going to come along, he says, but also that change will also change how the systems respond to it.
In other words, what you think you’re doing is not necessarily what’s really happening.
Climate models that were developed to help us understand climate change have not been able to explain how this will impact the ecosystem, says Professor Broughson.”
These models can’t simulate how we’re going to adapt to the change.
They’re just models that don’t understand how we are going to cope with that change,” he explains.
Climate change is not a problem just for Australia and its people.
Climate Change Science & Policy has published an interactive tool called the Climate Change Response Index, which is a tool that allows you to zoom into the complex dynamics of climate responses to climate change.
If you click on the interactive tool, you’ll see a chart that illustrates how different parts of the world will react to climate changes.
Climate Science & Policies has also released the Climate Impact Assessments that are based on the model responses.
This tool also gives you an idea of how climate change will impact our economy and our lifestyle, says Broughtons.
To understand what’s going on in Australia, Climate Science & Politics has developed an interactive map called Australia’s Climate Impacts.
And if you want to see how climate changes across the world, there’s a climate map in the Australian Government Climate Data Centre.
This map gives a snapshot of climate trends in different parts the world over the last 100 years.
It shows Australia’s climate impacts over the past century, and a few of the other changes in Australia’s environment that are being monitored by the Australian government.
Dr Broughts research has been funded by the Federal Government, and Dr Bigham’s work has been supported by the University’s Centre for Global Change Research.