CSIRO is Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation. As one of the world’s largest and most diverse scientific global research organisations CSIRO’s work touches every aspect of Australian life: from the molecules that build life to the molecules in space.
Working from sites across the nation and around the globe, CSIRO’s 6,500 staff focus on providing new ways to improve quality of life, as well as the economic and social performance of a number of industry sectors through research and development.
RRA works in conjunction with the CSIRO on a range of matters related to emissions and measurement of refrigerants in the atmosphere. In particular, RRA supports the Care Grim atmospheric research station and the ongoing research projects undertaken by CSIRO’s dedicated professionals.
The most recent CSIRO report on the Antarctic Ozone Hole and Ozone Science can be seen here.