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UniSQ is one of two universities in the world that is recognised by the United Nations (UN) Integrated Drought Management Program as having global leadership in drought research.

Understand climate change and assess the impact humans have upon the climate system by studying Climate Studies at UniSQ. UniSQ is home to the Centre for Applied Climate Sciences (CACS) headed by Professor Scott Power, one the world's leading researchers in climate change and climate variability. You will have the opportunity to conduct research projects, whether it be typhoons in Vietnam, floods in Pakistan or the El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO).

Explore UniSQ's Climate Science degrees

Percolating the impacts of climate on coffee

Approximately 80 per cent of Vietnam's coffee is produced in the Central Highlands regions. However, an increase in seasonal variations, water shortages, and extreme climatic events have all had a major influence on the production and forward-selling of Vietnam's coffee crop.

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