Matthew is a Scientia Professor and Deputy Director of the Climate Change Research Centre at UNSW. He is an international expert in oceanography and climate dynamics and at the forefront of global scientific efforts to understand the impact of human-induced global warming.
Cli-fi explores how the world may look in the process or aftermath of dealing with climate change, and not just that caused by burning fossil fuels.
This landmark series of blueprints describes the challenges and opportunities faced by society as climate change intersects with: energy, air pollution and justice.
Many politicians are afraid of saying no to Big Coal, but it's the future voters still in school they should be more worried about, writes Oliver Kunz.
What does the altered nature of evolution mean for our ability to cope with the effects of rapid climate change?
UNSW climate scientists and Australia’s leading screen creatives brought science and story together to explore ‘Climate Fiction’. A six-part TV drama is currently in production.
As evidence of climate change becomes more and more obvious, action in Australia is stalling and in the US is being reversed under President Trump. Why is this happening? And what needs to shift if we want effective action?
Professors Jane McAdam, Matt England and Richard Holden join Guardian journalist Ben Doherty to discuss academic media engagement on highly politicised issues.
Climate change-induced migration is already happening around the globe. How can governments plan and act to better mitigate this issue?
Is transitioning to renewable energy pointless if fossil fuels are required to to help power all of the necessary mining, construction and decommissioning?
Whether we consider wild weather, unprecedented Arctic melting and global temperatures, or the Great Barrier Reef, the global environment is generating alarming news