March 2017 | Understand Who

  At the heart of all effective science communication is achieving a good understanding of the people you are communicating with. This is true whether you are giving a presentation to a group of farmers, sending a media release to the financial media, or...

What constitutes extreme weather for an animal? ECOS

Client CSIRO   What we did 3 days over 40 degrees is enough to make a flying fox fall out of the trees, dead. Our story, entitled Paris, truffles and extreme weather – it’s all relative, describes research to understand what constitutes an extreme weather event...

The global warming pause that never was, ECOS

Client CSIRO   What we did Why has so much research been directed at a perceived global warming pause? And what has been the effect on public perceptions of the apparent scientific acceptance of a pause? Our story, entitled The global warming pause that never...

Drawing the future of the Torres Strait Islands, ECOS

Client CSIRO   What we did One of 15 inhabited Torres Strait Islands, Masig is a microcosm of the long-term but growing challenges confronting many Pacific Island nations: sea level rise busier shipping lanes and potential accidents the rising cost of living...