The Centre aspires to make significant contributions in four ways:
- Research impact: develop knowledge to help reduce the impact of unexpected developments and the passing of tipping points in the East Antarctic and the adjacent Southern Ocean
- Establishing fundamental datasets and tools of international significance: revealing key processes, observations of state and change, and developing new capability for predicting the future of the East Antarctic and the Southern Ocean.
- Partnership and stakeholder engagement: working with key stakeholder groups across industry and government, as well as international policy-informing and regulatory agencies
- Workforce development: developing a new generation of early-career researchers trained broadly in Antarctic science, law, governance and policy, who are ready for jobs in industry, government and academia.
If you want to partner with us in any area of this activity, develop a collaborative project, offer a work placement, or find out more about our work, please get in touch.