Fact Sheets

The Climate Change: The Facts 2020 Fact Sheets have been created to provide a valuable resource for students, educators, and more broadly the general public on the topic of climate change science and policy.  They aim to convey complex scientific and policy matters in a concise and easy-to-read format.  The first twenty Fact Sheets are drawn from the chapters of Climate Change: The Facts 2020 released in October 2020.

Walruses, Polar Bears and the Fired Professor
Climate Change in the Polar Regions: A Perspective
Counting Emperor Penguins
Fire And Ice: Volcanoes At Antarctica
Sacred Bubbles in Ice Cores
Monitoring Temperatures And Sea Ice With Satellites
Winter Temperature Trends in Antarctica
No Evidence of Warming at Mawson, Antarctica
Cosmoclimatology
Rewriting Australia's Temperature History
Perspectives On Sea Levels
Climate Science And Policy-Based Evidence
Tropical Convection: Cooling the Atmosphere
The Important Role Of Water And Water Vapour

Full list of Fact Sheets:

  1. Walruses, Polar Bears and the Fired Professor
  2. Climate Change in the Polar Regions: A Perspective
  3. Counting Emperor Penguins
  4. Fire and Ice, Volcanoes at Antarctica
  5. Sacred Bubbles in Ice Cores
  6. Monitoring Temperatures and Sea Ice with Satellites
  7. Winter Temperature Trends in Antarctica
  8. No Evidence of Warming at Mawson, Antarctica
  9. Deconstructing Two Thousand Years of Temperature Change at Antarctica (coming soon)
  10. Cosmoclimatology
  11. The Important Role of Water and Water Vapour
  12. Tropical Convection: Cooling the Atmosphere
  13. Reflections on the Iris Effect (coming soon)
  14. Rainfall Powered Aviation (coming soon)
  15. Wildfires in Australia: 1851 to 2020 (coming soon)
  16. Rewriting Australia’s Temperature History 
  17. Perspectives on Sea Levels
  18. Climate Science and Policy-based Evidence
  19. On Blind Beetles and Shapeshifting Birds: Research Grants and Climate Catastrophism (coming soon)
  20. A Descent into Sceptics’ Hell (coming soon)