Below is selected media appearances throughout my career. Since mid-2013 I've been approached by the Australian and international media to be an expert voice on man-made climate change and extreme events.
BBC radio world service: Australian Bushfires: why are they so intense?
ABC radio national breakfast with Fran Kelly - more heatwaves since 1950, and more to come.
What keeps a climate scientist up at night?
Triple J's Hack program, on the IPCC 5th assessment report.
Triple J's Hack program, on the NSW bushfires and climate change.
ABC radio national bush telegraph interview, 16th October 2014
Inside the Inferno bushfire documentary, aired in Australia on SBS 5th November 2014
ABC radio 1233 Newcastle, Scorcher website, 20th November 2014
Beyond Zero radio program
730 report, 20th November 2015
CNBC international, 30th November 2015
Today tonight Perth, 8th February 2016
Token Skeptic podcast, 10th February 2016
2SER, 25th March 2016
Heatwaves in Australia - the Sydney Morning Herald
ABC Radio National, the World today, 3rd August 2016, The 2015 state of the climate report
Is the Australian open tennis feeling the heat of climate change? (the guardian)
Scorchers: the reality of living in a sunburnt country (sydney morning herald)
Heatwave forecasting debut in Australia (science mag)
New climates for Melbourne, Sydney, predicted (The Sydney Morning Herald).
Sydney heatwave: Is it hot enough for you? (opinion piece, The Sydney Morning Herald).
Bushfires follow Australia's 3rd hottest year (7news)
Scared scientists photo campaign (via huffington post)
Climate Change: the proof Australia is getting hotter (Herald sun)
UQx Climate Denial 101 MOOC interview - heatwaves, communication and the research industry
UNSW Wild Researchers Campaign
Science meets business - Extreme researcher profile
The Guardian, 8th February 2016
The Guardian, 21st March 2016
news.com.au, 18th May 2016
(Mock) presentation of the U.K. weather forecast while visiting the Met Office in June 2013
I blog regularly for Inside Story online magazine
I have contributed to a range of articles in The conversation
Bushfires and other extreme events - ABC Life Matters, 4th December 2018
The heat goes on (UNSW TV)
Population pressure - how many kids should you have?
Climate scientists reveal their fears for the future (aired on Lateline, ABC, 28th June 2017)
Queensland's abnormal bushfires linked to climate change
The WAH podcast, December 2018
Extremes are the new normal - forecast podcast with Michael White, May 15, 2017
Complex science behind climate change and extreme weather, Mach 22nd 2018
50-degree days possible for Sydney, Melbourne, as warming worsens, 3rd October 2017
Heatwaves and hope - interview with Cosmos Magazine, August 8th 2018
Why Autumn has felt more like summer - 17th April 2018
Hottest July on record for Queensland prompts warnings of more to come - 2nd August 2018
Heatwaves in Australia - June 8 2016
Why farmers are forcing climate change into the spotlight - 9th October 2018, ABC 7.30 report
green lifestyle magazine: The truth about climate change (interview)
Wall Street Journal: Australia Wildfires could get a boost from hot, windy weather.
'Never say never" about bushfire risk ( Sydney Morning Herald)
Balmy autumn breaks temperature records in Sydney (Sydney Morning Herald)
extreme autumn heat (news.com.au)
extreme summer warming as may heat continues (9 news)
heat records "blitzed" as summer lingers (the new daily)
the new climate optimists (road to paris blog)
Australia sweats over extreme hot weather (BBC news)
2014 was Australia's 3rd hottest year on record (the guardian)
The morning show, Channel 7, January 2019