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From the archives: 2009 climate change exhibition awarded
As the AM prepares to launch new exhibitions on climate change in 2020, we look back on our 2009 exhibition, 'Climate change: our future, your choice'.
Great Barrier Reef sustainability plan
A new plan for sustaining the Great Barrier Reef ignores climate change impacts, says Australian Museum research head.
AMplify: Episode 17, Janet Laurence
Kim McKay in conversation with AM artist-in-residence Janet Laurence after the opening of Deep Breathing (Resuscitation for the Reef).
AMplify: Episode 13, Trailblazers Talks live – Tim Flannery
An evening with celebrated explorer, scientist, communicator and former Australian of the Year.
Coral bleaching on Lizard Island: Update
A severe bleaching event continues around the AM's Lizard Island Research Station, with hopes falling temperatures will bring reprieve
Coral bleaching on the doorstep of Lizard Island
The Australian Museum's research station on the Great Barrier Reef witnesses the devastating effects of climate change
AMplify: Australian innovations for tackling climate change
Listen to Kim McKay AO, AM Director & CEO in conversation with Professor Tim Flannery about the brightest inventions and approaches to reducing emissions and caring for our environment.
The Climate Cure: The inaugural Talbot Oration
Professor Tim Flannery outlines his manifesto for humanity’s survival of the “climate emergency” in the Australian Museum’s (AM) inaugural Talbot Oration.
Statement from Australia's Natural History Museum Directors
Impact of fires on biodiversity on a scale not seen since species records were first kept. Loss is in the ‘trillions’ of animals due to climate change crisis. The Directors/CEOs of Australia’s leading natural history museums today issued a joint statement.
Internationally acclaimed conservationist Tim Flannery presents ‘The Climate Cure'
Inaugural Talbot Oration and new ‘Spark’ exhibition highlight climate change solutions.