Portfolio

The following selection showcases some of the projects undertaken by Bloom Communication. Please contact us for more information about these projects or for more samples of our work.

ACCSP annual report 2014/15

The Australian Climate Change Science Programme (ACCSP) is the Australian Government’s largest and longest running climate change science initiative. The ACCSP is jointly run by the Department of the Environment, CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology. The 2014–15 annual report presented programme achievements in a more easily accessible, policy-relevant manner than previous reports. To achieve this we […]

Climate-ready Victoria

Following the release of the latest climate change projections for Australia in 2015, the Victorian Government wanted to provide regional climate change information for Victoria, with a focus on taking action to adapt to our changing climate. We collaborated with Paul Holper & Associates to prepare a series of seven eight-page brochures that provided regional and statewide information on responding […]

ACCSP annual report 2013/14

The Australian Climate Change Science Programme (ACCSP) is the Australian Government’s largest and longest running climate change science initiative. The ACCSP is jointly run by the Department of the Environment, CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology. Producing the 2013–14 annual report involved collecting technical material from a range of contributors and editing the content to a consistent […]

PCCSP technical reports

The Pacific Climate Change Science Program (PCCSP) provided climate science and capacity building to Pacific Island countries from 2009–11. The PCCSP was funded by AusAID, managed by the Department of the Environment and delivered by CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology. Climate Change in the Pacific is a two-volume technical report, published in 2011. We […]

Pacific climate brochures

The Pacific Climate Change Science Program (PCCSP) provided climate science and capacity building to Pacific Island countries from 2009–11. This work was continued from 2011–14 by the Pacific-Australia Climate Change Science Adaptation Planning (PACCSAP) Program. These programs were funded by AusAID, managed by the Department of the Environment and delivered by CSIRO and the Bureau of […]

PACCSAP summary report

The Pacific-Australia Climate Change Science Adaptation Planning (PACCSAP) Program ran from 2011–14, and involved  a range of science, communication and capacity building activities to improve the understanding of the current and future climate of 15 partner countries in the Pacific. The program was managed by the Department of the Environment in collaboration with AusAID, and […]

Climate Futures summaries

The Climate Futures for Tasmania project was carried out through the Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems CRC to provide Tasmania with climate projections for the 21st century and impacts information. We drafted public-ready/summary documents from a series of five technical reports: Climate modelling; General climate impacts; Impacts on agriculture; Water and catchments; and Extreme events. This project […]

Conference communication

The GREENHOUSE conference series is recognised as Australia’s leading climate change science forum, attracting some of the world’s leading climate scientists, policymakers and government and industry representatives. We have provided communication support for the conferences since 2009, when we developed and produced the full suite of communication products for GREENHOUSE 2009, including a preliminary flyer, sponsorship information, registration […]

Ocean acidification info paper

The world’s oceans absorb around one-third of human carbon dioxide emissions every year. While this slows the rate at which atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are rising, it is also changing the chemistry of the oceans. We were engaged by the Australian Climate Change Science Program (ACCSP, Australia’s longest running climate change research program) to produce an ocean […]

WIRADA project profiles

The Water Information Research and Development Alliance (WIRADA) is a partnership between the Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO, formed to deliver value-added water information products and tools. We drafted project profiles for inclusion in the 2008–09 WIRADA annual report. This involved synthesising information from the program’s science plan and researcher presentations to provide a brief, […]

INS management guide

Invasive native scrub (INS) can have a serious adverse impact on habitats, wider landscape health, communities and farming operations. The Central West Catchment Management Authority (now the Central West Local Land Services) produced an INS management guide for landholders. We developed the content for this product from scientific reports and existing resources, and edited the final reviewed […]