By James Whitmore, The Conversation
Compiled in collaboration with Australian Science Media Centre.
New research by the Bureau of Meteorology - published shows El Niño will intensify between 2050 and 2100 thanks to climate change.
El Niño is a complex interaction between air and sea in the tropical Pacific which controls many of our weather patterns..
You do not find many climate change sceptics on the end of [fire] hoses anymore… They are dealing with increasing numbers of fires, increasing rainfall events, increasing storm events. – A senior Victorian fire officer, interviewed in 2012 for a recent National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility report.There have.