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Within the cool confines of the Australian National University’s supercomputer laboratory, biostatistician Keith Dear couldn’t be further removed from the simplistic and bitterly polarised climate change debate. But, while Australia’s politicians, vested interest groups, advocates and sceptics bang heads over the carbon tax, international and local research communities are moving steadily forward in their understanding of the extraordinary complexities of climate science, and the equally daunting new areas of research and knowledge we must urgently build if we are to adapt, and survive, in a warmer world.

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