28 September 2021

Reckoning with food crimes: Shifting the conversation from harms to violence

An active and unacceptable agenda in our food systems should be named, shamed, and taken seriously if we want to do something about it, writes SEI Research Lead Alana Mann.
15 September 2021

Reimagining leadership in global environmental movements

SEI Postdoctoral Fellow Dr June Rubis considers the contours of a leadership paradigm fit for transforming our systems.
09 September 2021

‘Never again’, or never?

Samuel Naylor explores some of the legal and philosophical limits to environmental justice in Australia.
06 September 2021

Forms, functions and flows of power: Investigating the surveillance of the sea

SEI talks with new member Dr Sara Leon Spesny about her research on state surveillance and bringing her ideas to Australia’s oceanic frontiers.
01 September 2021

Food in the land of the fair go

‘Food insecurity in Australia is on the rise, yet it remains a serious and underappreciated policy issue’ claims a new paper from FoodLab Sydney, lead-authored by SEI Doctoral Fellow Omar Elkharouf.