Category Archives: NSW

Don’t let climate change wash away Sydney girls cricket

A number of the grounds used by the Sydney Rivers Girls Cricket Association are under threat from the impact of rising sea levels caused by human induced climate change. Global warming is warming the oceans. Water expands as it warms. … Continue reading

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Climate change threatens sport in Sutherland Shire

At least 9 of the grounds used for cricket in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire, together with grounds used by other sports, face serious threats from rising sea levels due to climate change. Global warming is warming the oceans. Water expands as … Continue reading

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Climate change threatens sport in St George, Sydney

Global warming is warming the oceans. Water expands as it warms. So, the seas are rising: around 200mm last century, and accelerating. Many of the grounds used for sports in the St George area are only just beyond the inundation … Continue reading

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Central Coast NSW sport threatened by climate change

Global warming, because of excessive greenhouse gas emissions, is warming the oceans (as well as melting glaciers and icecaps). Water expands as it warms, and the seas are rising. Last century saw around 200mm in average sea level rise, and … Continue reading

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Sport in Manly, Northern Beaches districts threatened by climate change

Global warming is warming the oceans. As well as melting icecaps and glaciers going into the oceans, water expands as it warms. So, the seas are rising: around 200mm last century, and accelerating. OzCoastsĀ mapping indicates lots of the grounds used … Continue reading

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