From September 4-6 2017, the Deep South Challenge will be holding our inaugural symposium, Understanding and Adapting to Future Climate in Aotearoa New Zealand.
“We need to keep designing opportunities for iwi and hapū to see the potential of what adaptive change can look like.”—Dr Huhana Smith
Far from Frozen looks at Antarctica and the impact of climate change on us and our planet.
In the second of the Deep South Challenge seminar series, Jonny will introduce us to climate and earth system modelling, show how the NZESM fits within the Deep South Challenge and discuss how the NZESM contributes to understanding our climate future.
The importance of processes on the margins of the Antarctic sea ice cover.
We invite you to the first installation of the online DSC seminar series.
The next iteration of Whakatairangitia, Rere ki uta, Rere ki tai (Proclaim it to the land, proclaim it to the sea) is now on display at the Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt as part of the In Time of Useful Consciousness: Political Ecology Now! exhibition on until 30 July 2017.
Global Teleconnection Operators: A method for assessing regional climate sensitivities to SST patterns
Visiting scholar, Professor Chris Forest from the Departments of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science & Geosciences at the Pennsylvania State University will be at NIWA at Greta Point to give a lecture in how uncertainty in regional climate predictions is a critical component of understanding risks of future climate impacts.
The Deep South Challenge is very proud to be working in partnership to present the
ANTARCTICA - while you were sleeping: Smart Talk run by Auckland Museum
SATURDAY 25 MAR, 6:30PM - 7:45PM
Followed by the ANTARCTICA - while you were sleeping exhibit at 8.30 pm