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Climate Futures web tool

Climate Futures from is a decision support tool that uses the predictive power of climate models to assist in managing future climate risks. The web based tool combines projections for more than one variable (such as temperature and rainfall) and are given simple terms such as ‘warmer’ and ‘drier’.

This video has been produced by CSIRO with funding from Inspiring Australia.

Video transcripts are available here: csiro.au//OnA/Videos/Vimeo/Climate-Futures-Web-Tool/video-transcript

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Mr David Dumaresq

Mr David Dumaresq, Fenner School, ANU, interviewed by Jamie Pittock

Mr Dumaresq explains that to secure adequate food for people that it is necessary to supply both calories (energy) as well as proteins and other nutrients. In the case of the Mekong River basin, the reduction in the wild fish catch and growing wealth are driving people in countries like Viet Nam to eat more beef, pork and chickens grown in feedlots. Our research shows that the feeds required to grow these animals are increasingly being imported from as far afield as Argentina and Brazil. Thus developing a hydropower dam can have unexpected knock-on effects in killing of fish populations and increasing demand for livestock feeds grown in areas deforested half a world away.
WHEN: October 2015
WHERE: An Giang Province, Mekong River delta, Viet Nam
WHY: Field research as part of the “Navigating the nexus of biodiversity, food, hydropower and water for conservation and sustainable development in the Mekong Basin” project, funded by the Luc Hoffmann Institute and The Australian National University.

Cast: Fenner School, ANU

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