22 July 2021

COVID-19 as Catalyst? Contradictions and Opportunities

SEI Doctoral Fellow Anna Sturman draws upon themes from her thesis to ask: what might we learn from the present COVID-19 crisis that can help us to respond to the unfolding climate crisis?
14 July 2021

Renewable Energy And Opportunities For Indigenous Empowerment

Reflecting on her experiences working alongside community leaders in the Torres Strait, Honours Fellow Phoebe Evans underscores the value of traditional knowledge and lived Indigenous experience in addressing climate change through renewable energy transitions.
07 July 2021

Interweaving Voices: Ampiji the Rainbow Serpent

In the third part of the Interweaving Voices series, musicologist Genevieve Campbell shares a conversation with Calista Kantilla, Tiwi Elder and songwoman, about the generational transmission of medical and environmental knowledge through songs.
05 July 2021

Sydney initiatives inspiring groups to work together to heal Country

In NAIDOC Week, Professor of Practice in Environmental Wellbeing Melissa Haswell and SEI Director David Schlosberg reflect on the strategic collaborations happening across the University that are demonstrating the possibilities for healing Country.