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This report builds on the work of the first Australian National Outlook report published by the CSIRO in 2015. It is the culmination of two years of sophisticated integrated modelling and the expertise of many of Australia’s business, academic and non-profit leaders, to examine what...
This biennial report on climate change finds that the variations Australia is experiencing include increased extreme heat events, warmer oceans, rising sea levels, changes in rainfall patterns, and a long-term increase in extreme fire weather and length of the fire season. These effects are predicted...
This report provides a vision and plan for how Australia can shift focus away from illness treatment and towards the management of health and wellbeing.
This CSIRO report argues that businesses of tomorrow must unlock greater value from Australia’s resources through harnessing science and technology and creating new offerings that meet the emerging needs of global customers.
To help ensure that the National Outlook modelling and interpretation are rigorous and based on the best available science, CSIRO marshalled a distinguished external review panel from Australian and international institutions, representing a broad range of relevant disciplines, in addition to rigorous internal review.
The Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities and the National Water Commission have engaged CSIRO and Geoscience Australia to undertake the Assessment.
The Assessment involves a basin-scale investigation of water resources to fill knowledge gaps about the status of water...
CSIRO's Northern Australia Sustainable Yields (NASY) project produced critical information on historical, recent and likely future water availability in a part of Australia that is renowned for its high rainfall, pristine tropical environments and relatively low development.
This information will help governments, industry and...
The south-west Western Australia Sustainable Yields (SWSY) Project has delivered a series of reports on the surface water, groundwater, and water yields and demands in south-west Western Australia.
The project was funded by the Australian Government to provide water managers and users with robust...
Following the November 2006 Summit on the Southern Murray-Darling Basin, the then prime minister and Murray-Darling Basin state premiers commissioned CSIRO to report on sustainable yields of surface and groundwater systems within the Murray-Darling Basin. This report from the CSIRO Murray-Darling Basin Sustainable Yields Project...
CSIRO, through the Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship, has completed a series of reports which assess the current and future water availability in the Murray-Darling Basin.
CSIRO was contracted by the National Water Commission to provide the assessments, which led to...