Lesley Hughes is an ecologist and professor of biology at Macquarie University who researches the impacts of climate change on species and ecosystems. She is a councillor with the publicly funded Climate Council of Australia.
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The milk of human genius
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When planetary catastrophe is your day job
Climate scientists are working hard to keep the apocalypse relevant
What we knew when about global warming
Greenhouse gases took 200 years to become a hot topic
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