Recent news and projects
Frozen air reveals human-caused emissions of fossil methane much higher than previously estimated
Air trapped in Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets over the industrial period has shown that human-caused methane emissions are 25 […]
CSIRO, ACU, UTAS and DEWLP working together to understand indoor smoke in public spaces
Smoke exposure health effects The Australian bushfires of summer 2019/2020 have produced large amounts of smoke with yet unknown long-term […]
Characterising the Organics and Aerosol Loading of Australia, COALA
COALA is a broad project designed to study the emissions and atmospheric chemistry of Australian biogenic compounds (gases emitted by […]
CSIRO data used to prove HFC-23 greenhouse gas on the rise
CSIRO has contributed to an international study on rising levels of hydroflourocarbon-23 (HFC-23), a greenhouse gas that is 12,400 times […]
Is remaining indoors an effective way of reducing exposure to fine particulate matter during biomass burning events?
Smoke from the bushfires currently burning across southern Australia has sent air pollution warnings sky rocketing in many cities and […]
DELWP Smoke Emissions and Transport Report published!
In Victoria, Australia, there is a strong mandate to reduce fuel loads through prescribed burning. One of the challenges of […]
Melita, Martin and Ian attended the 24th International Clean Air and Environment Conference in Queenstown, New Zealand between 16-18 September […]
CSIRO at Mardi Gras!
Max Desservettaz from the ACC group, alongside Chris and Sarah from O&A (see photo), was amongst 50 of CSIRO employees […]
A Lesson in Baseline
It’s hard not to get blown away (quite literally) by the sweeping landscapes of Tasmania’s coastlines and Cape Grim is […]