Nick Miller

Nick Miller

Nick Miller is Europe correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age

UN calls for drastic action to stop climate change

Nick Miller, Berlin and Tom Arup The world must take radical steps to combat climate change, and begin right away – but if it does, the cost of a greener, healthier future will be surprisingly small.

Climate scientist has serious message to sell us

Dr Nathan Bindoff.

Nick Miller Dr Nathaniel Bindoff wears a small badge that says, simply, "warming is unequivocal".

Hunt says no to extra climate measures despite urgent call for action

Nick Miller and Nicole Hasham Environment Minister says there would be no additional measures to counteract climate change.

'Pause' does not show flaw in science

Nick Miller A so-called 'pause' in global warming was addressed by climate scientists in a new report because governments had asked for an explanation, not because it exposes a flaw in the science, a leading...

Scientists take plunge in bid to help understand our climate future

Nick Miller Scientists have gone to the ocean's depths to understand our climate future, says report author.

Australia has 'much to lose' from climate change

A generic heat wave photo of a man walking silouetted by the setting sun in Darwin.

Nick Miller and Nicole Hasham Australia has much to lose if climate change continues unabated, the head of a new review of climate science has warned.

IPCC report finds temperatures on track to rise by more than two degrees

heat wave photo

Nick Miller and Tom Arup It is more certain than ever that human civilisation is the main cause of global warming, putting the world on track for dangerous temperature rises, the latest major UN assessment of climate change...

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Rising water rang apartment doorbells, 'like drowned sea captain rising up'

Flooding from Hurricane Sandy on Long Island, New York

Nick Miller NEW YORK: Long Island is almost 200 kilometres long and about 30 kilometres wide, a fat digit pointing out into the Atlantic Ocean.

Island hit by Sandy's long trail of destruction

Long Island under water.

Nick Miller in New York Sand up to cars' windscreens, a yacht outside a convenience store after Sandy's waterwall left devastation in her wake.

Shops closed, windows sandbagged, streets deserted: US braced for Sandy

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Nick Miller Hurricane Sandy Day dawned windy, rainy and ominous in New York city. The storm was still hundreds of miles away but its effects were beginning to take hold.