26 May 2020

Corona and climate: governing global health versus climate health

Following on from last week’s World Health Assembly, Charlotte Owens considers the role of politically convenient science in comparing the unprecedented international response to COVID-19 with decades of haphazard and stagnating climate crisis governance.
15 May 2020

Corona and climate: the pandemic has changed everything and nothing

As the ash has settled and a nation bunkers down, Greenpeace Australia Pacific CEO David Ritter reflects on the shift in social conscience and the growing challenge to political corruption and inaction.
12 May 2020

The re-(e)mergence of nature in culture multimedia series

Lead by Dr Christine Winter, this series of podcasts and articles brings together leading Indigenous scholars across a range of disciplines to explore Indigenous thinking and practice in facing environmental loss.
05 May 2020

Oil and water: on collaboration and complexity

Nicole Endacott reflects on complexity, action and uncertainty in co-designing an all-day workshop hosted by SEI last month, which brought together a diverse group of experts to discuss the issues surrounding Norwegian oil company Equinor’s proposal to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight.