Australia set to lose climate scientists with CSIRO changes
Australia's research organisation CSIRO is reportedly shedding over a hundred climate science jobs as it undergoes a restructure. CSIRO's chief executive Larry Marshall says a restructure will affect up to 350 staff and those that work in climate science will be the hardest hit. The move is being slammed by Australian scientists. We speak with Professor Steven Sherwood is co-Director of the Climate Change Research Centre at the University of New South Wales.