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The 2023 Iain McCalman Lecture
How can Australia successfully transition and adapt its interconnected social and technological systems as the climate crisis intensifies? Environmental law and governance expert, Dr Kate Owens, presents the 2023 Iain McCalman Lecture on how we can effectively harness climate governance to achieve deep coordination and sustained change.
SEI employment pathways workshop: consulting and private sector
Hear from consultancy professionals championing environmental and sustainability values as they share their industry career pathways.
Reimagining our future: communities confronting the realities of climate change
Many of us understand the gravity of the climate crisis and what needs to be done, so what’s standing in our way? What will it take for our future to be reimagined to enable all life to flourish? In this panel discussion, hear from researchers and communities from across Australia and India who are taking collective action to create real and sustainable futures.
Just adaptation and the role of social capital
How can we adapt all sectors of society to respond to climate pressures? In the first event of SEI’s Climate Adaptation series, leading political scientist Daniel Aldrich delves into the meaning of climate adaptation and the role of social capital in building resilience.
Standing in place: Thinking with plants, corals, macro algae and fungi, and other (mostly) sedentary beings
How are species adapting to increasing environmental change and how is this transforming concepts of mobility, belonging, and connection to place?
Grounded Conversations: Farhana Sultana
SEI Director Professor David Schlosberg sits down with multidisciplinary scholar Professor Farhana Sultana to discuss a broad range of pressing climate topics from political ecology to nature-society relationships.