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    Global Weather and Climate Risks June to August Outlook, presented by Bureau of Meteorology, 3 June 2021. Note this is a WebEx recording, therefore video and audio quality may vary.
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    Australia is at the forefront of developing the global hydrogen sector. Recently the Prime Minister announced an additional AUD 275.5 million in the budget to accelerate development of four additional clean hydrogen hubs and implement a certification scheme. Also, ARENA supported three new 10MW electrolysis projects to produce renewable hydrogen, among the largest electrolysers in the world. The panel will include leading Australian businesses and researchers working on cutting edge hydrogen technology: • ANU’s Dr Fiona Beck is pioneering work to develop direct solar-to-hydrogen production systems that do not require electrolysis • LAVO’s Matthew Muller will present their hydrogen storage technology, integrating with household and commercial rooftop solar to create, store and convert hydrogen into electricity • Craig De Laine will discuss AGIG’s supply of hydrogen from renewable energy to the steel and transport industries, as well as blending with natural gas in the SA network • Samuel Blackadder will discuss H2X’s innovative hydrogen production technology for the electricity and transport sector, including Australia’s first hydrogen ferry • Matthew Hingerty will outline how Star Scientific’s HERO* (Hydrogen Energy Release Optimiser) technology is capable of providing reliable, continuous dispatchable energy and industrial heat using green hydrogen
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    Promo reel Airport Economist talking about Australia and climate change; crisis and recovery issues.
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    Australia's Ambassador for the Environment, Mr Jamie Isbister, speaking at the Canberra National Zoo and Aquarium for World Wildlife Day, 3 March 2021.
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    Good environmental management in the development assistance program will help to boost food security and reduce poverty. Photo by Rob Maccoll. Contact [email protected] to request a high resolution original.
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    Fish for sale at Seventh-day Adventist Markets, Honiara, Solomon Islands. Photo: Rob Maccoll for AusAID. To request copyright use and access to hi-res versions of this photo, contact [email protected]
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    Forests provide a range of products that support livelihoods in many rural communities. Solomon Islands. Photo: Rob Maccoll for AusAID. To request copyright use and access to hi-res versions of this photo, contact [email protected]
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    Sweet potatoes and bananas being sold at market. Solomon Islands. Photo: Rob Maccoll for AusAID. To request copyright use and access to hi-res versions of this photo, contact [email protected]
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    Most of the land in the Marshall Islands is no more than three feet above the high tide mark. As a result, the country is extremely vulnerable to rising sea levels. Australia aims to build the resilience of vulnerable communities to natural hazards, particularly those that are climate-induced. Photo: Erin Magee, AusAID For a high resolution copy of this photo, please contact [email protected]
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    The Cook Islands’ population of 13,000 is spread over 15 islands and atolls. Over half of the people live on the island of Rarotonga, which has a circumference of only 32 kilometres. Australia’s aid to the Cook Islands is helping to increase access to clean water and sanitation facilities on Rarotonga by improving sewage systems and the quality of lagoon water. Photo: Barbara Ratusznik, AusAID For a high resolution copy of this photo, please contact [email protected]
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    The Marshall Islands faces a number of development challenges due to its small size. Australia’s aid is helping people overcome poverty by improving access to clean water and sanitation, and providing affordable, accessible and sustainable energy. Photo: Erin Magee, AusAID For a high resolution copy of this photo, please contact [email protected]
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    Aquaculture supports coastal livelihoods. Photo by AusAID. Contact [email protected] to request a high resolution original.
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    Providing access to safe water and managing water resources protects people from drought and sustains healthy livelihoods. Photo by AusAID. Contact [email protected] to request a high resolution original.
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    Fishing boat in Northern Vietnam. Photo by Bruce Bailey. Contact [email protected] to request a high resolution original.
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    Improved food production systems can help to build resilient livelihoods. Photo by Rob Maccoll. Contact [email protected] to request a high resolution original.
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    Kiribati. Riibeta Abeta, from Kiribati's Ministry of Environment contemplates the future. He more than most knows the importance of educating people about the impacts of climate change. Photo: Lorrie Graham for DFAT. To request copyright use of this photo, contact multimedia at dfat.gov.au
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    Kiribati. Riibeta Abeta, from Kiribati's Ministry of Environment contemplates the future. He more than most knows the importance of educating people about the impacts of climate change. Photo: Lorrie Graham for DFAT. To request copyright use of this photo, contact multimedia at dfat.gov.au
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    Kiribati. Riibeta Abeta, from Kiribati's Ministry of Environment contemplates the future. He more than most knows the importance of educating people about the impacts of climate change. Photo: Lorrie Graham for DFAT. To request copyright use of this photo, contact multimedia at dfat.gov.au