Tim Flannery will take up a position at Sydney's Macquarie University in the Division of Environmental and Life Sciences in mid-2007.  He was Director of the South Australian Museum until he resigned from the position in August 2007. He is also a "councillor" of the Copenhagen Climate Council and the World Future Council. He has invested in Geodynamics, a business venture involved in geothermal power.
- Patron, Sustainable Population Australia
- Judge, Virgin Earth Challenge
- Advisor, Fondation Segré 
Flannery, Purves & WWF
Since November 2002 Flannery has been a member of the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists, a group funded by the Purves Environmental Fund to propose measures to address major environmental issues. To date its primary focus has been on the allocation of water in major river systems. While the group describes itself as being "independent", the non-government organisation WWF Australia states on its website that it "convened" the group. 
The founder of the fund, Robert Purves, is also the President of the non-government organisation WWF Australia. In the acknowledgements of his book The Weather Makers, Flannery notes that "Rob Purves encouraged me from the start, and a grant from the Purves Foundation for the Environment (sic) made it possible for me to complete the work." The website for the book, also states: "grateful acknowledgements to the sponsors of this site: the WWF-Australia and the Purves Environmental Fund." Flannery is also a defender of Purves and his vision that the environmental movement should be more collaborative with business. "It was a breath of fresh air when Rob came along. He is extremely intelligent, obviously well connected and used to getting things done, which is not what a lot of scientists or environmental groups are very good at. I'm not interested in ideology," Flannery said. 
Books By Flannery
- The Future Eaters: An Ecological History of the Australasian Lands and People, Grove Press, 1994, ISBN 0-8021-3943-4 ISBN 0-7301-0422-2
- The Eternal Frontier: An Ecological History of North America and its Peoples, Grove Press, May 2002 (Reprint). ISBN-10 0802138888
- Tim Flannery, Throwim Way Leg: An Adventure, Grove Press, March 2000. ISBN 1-876485-19-1
- Tim Flannery, Country: a continent, a scientist & a kangaroo, Text Publishing, January 2005. ISBN-10 1920885765
- with Peter Schouten, A Gap in Nature, Atlantic Monthly Press, October 2001. ISBN 1-876485-77-9
- with Peter Schouten, Astonishing Animals, ISBN 1-920885-21-8
- Tim Flannery, The Weather Makers: The History & Future Impact of Climate Change, Text Publishing, 2005, ISBN 1-920885-84-6
- Tim Flannery, We Are the Weather Makers, Text Publishing, 2006. ISBN 1-921145-34-X
Other SourceWatch Resources
- "Tim Flannery: Scientist, explorer, author", accessed August 2006.
- "Tim Flannery", ABC, accessed July 2006.
- "Prof Tim Flannery", The Wentworth Group, accessed January 2007.
- "Dr Tim Flannery, Senior Research Scientist, Division of Vertebrate Zoology, Australian Museum", accessed July 2006.
- "Tim Flannery to join Macquarie University", Macquarie University News, June 2006.
- "Core promise: green energy", accessed July 2011.
Articles by Flannery
- Tim Flannery, "The power beneath our feet", 'Sydney Morning Herald, September 26, 2005.
- Tim Flannery, "Nuclear future: Despite the cost and the dangers of nuclear power, climate change is strengthening the case for its more widespread use", Sydney Morning Herald, September 26, 2005.
- Tim Flannery, "Future perfect: Governments and business won't lead the way, but good citizens can make a difference", Sydney Morning Herald, September 27, 2005.
- Tim Flannery, "No Nukes", Good Weekend, Sydney Morning Herald, August 5, 2006. (The article title has the No in "No Nukes" crossed out).
- Tim Flannery, "Burnt and hostile: just what we need", Sydney Morning Herald, December 21, 2006. (An article promoting geothermal power).
- Tim Flannery, "Burnt and hostile: just what we need", Sydney Morning Herald, December 21, 2006.
Articles on Flannery & Nuclear Power
- Maxine McKew, "Flannery warns on global warming", Lateline, ABC TV, June 10, 2005.
- Tim Flannery, "Nuclear: back on the horizon", The Age, September 26, 2005.
- Toni Hassan, "Nuclear proliferation a concern in uranium trade", The World Today, March 6, 2006.
- Tim Flannery, "Let's talk about nuclear power and other energy sources", The Age, May 30, 2006.
- Catherine McGrath, "Interview with Prime Minister John Howard", AM, ABC Radio National, June 7, 2006.
- Kerry O'Brien, "Campaigner attacks nuclear inquiry's credibility", 7.30 Report, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, July 3, 2006.
- "Interview with Tim Flannery", WWF Australia, Undated (2006).
- Amanda Hodge and Asa Wahlquist, "Take back N-waste, says Flannery", The Australian, August 05, 2006.
- Ben Dogherty, "Nuclear way to go: Flannery", The Age, August 5, 2006.
- "Australia urged to take back nuke waste", Sydney Morning Herald, August 5, 2006.
- "Govt undermining nuclear security: ACF", The West Australian, August 5th 2006.
- "Brown slams Flannery's nuclear power suggestions", ABC News, August 5, 2006.
- "Environment Centre criticises call for nuclear waste dump", ABC News, August 6, 2006.
- Jarrod Watt, "Heated debate over the warming of the planet", ABC (North Coast NSW), August 6, 2006.
- Clive Hamilton, "A trump card in the nuclear power play", Opinion, Sydney Morning Herald, August 8, 2006.
- Denise Boyd, "Climate changes nuclear debate", Herald Sun, August 25, 2006.
- Dan Silkstone, "Forget about left or right, I'm just the weatherman", The Age, August 26, 2006.
- "Nuclear power should be last resort: Flannery", ABC News, May 1, 2007.
- Wendy Frew, "Nuclear power a turn-off: Flannery changes stance", Sydney Morning Herald, May 23, 2007.
- Cam Walker, "Beautiful lies: population and environment", Chain Reaction magazine, #91, September 2004. (A review of Tim Flannery's Quarterly Essay (QE): Beautiful Lies; population and environment in Australia.)
- Brad Norington, "Critics' 'conspiracy' perplexes Flannery", The Australian, February 19, 2007.
- Richard Guillatt, Can this man save the earth?, The Weekend Australian Magazine, May 19-20, 2007. pp. 20-25.