Climate stripes for Sydney, 1856-2022. Graphics and lead scientist: Ed Hawkins, National Centre for Atmospheric Science, UoR. Data: Berkeley Earth, NOAA, UK Met Office, MeteoSwiss, DWD, SMHI, UoR & ZAMG CC BY 4.0

#ShowYourStripes !

These stripes represent the average temperature in Sydney each year from 1856 (when reliable data began) to 2022 – blue for the coldest, red for the hottest. This gives us a stark visualisation of global warming over the past century and a half, and a idea of what is to come if we allow this trend to continue.

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David Karoly

Meeting with David Karoly (18 Apr 2023)

Climate Action Burwood-Canada Bay hosted Professor David Karoly at its members and supporters meeting on 18 April 2023. David gave a presentation titled “How good (or bad) are near-term climate projections for Australian cities?” which was followed by a Q&A session. Watch the video here:

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See what 3 degrees C of global warming looks like; Documentary from The Economist

See what 3 degrees of global warming looks like

Arise of 3°C in global temperatures above pre-industrial levels by 2100 would be disastrous. Its effects would be felt differently around the world, but nowhere would be immune. Take fifteen minutes of your time to watch this excellent documentary:

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Julia Little (Labor) and Charles Jago (Greens), candidates for Drummoyne at the March 25 2023 state election
NSW Election 2023

Drummoyne Candidates Forum

Climate Action Burwood-Canada Bay and Nature Conservation Council of NSW invited all candidates from the Drummoyne electorate in the March 25 election to participate in an online forum on climate policy, which took place on Wednesday March 15 2023.

Our thanks to Charles Jago (Greens) and Julia Little (Labor) for accepting our invitation to discuss their policies and take questions from the audience.

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