29 April 2022

The role of environmental human rights in the Warragamba Dam wall raising proposal

How does access to information around environmental decision-making impact communities? We hear from 2022 Honours Fellow Olivia Mulligan about her research into public participation in the Warragamba Dam Wall Raising Proposal.
28 April 2022

We need to talk about Australia’s ‘unnatural’ disasters

Viewing human-induced climate disasters such as the recent Australian floods as ‘UnNatural’ is necessary to demand greater government accountability, writes Professor Rosemary Lyster.
21 April 2022

European romanticism and colonial environmental violence

2022 Honours Fellow Vivienne Goodes talks to SEI about the parallels between the rise of ecological consciousness in Europe and colonial destruction of Indigenous environments and cultures.
13 April 2022

Knowledge integration and aesthetic experience in the climate crisis

We sit down with Michael Stratford Hutch, SEI’s inaugural Iain McCalman Honours Fellow, to hear about their Honours research on the “praxial rift” between knowledge and action in response to the climate crisis.
11 April 2022

Action today for tomorrow series: without a root, a tree cannot stand

As part of SEI’s Action Today for Tomorrow Series, Togolese activist Kaossara Sani advocates for global unity in securing climate justice for all.
05 April 2022

Introducing SEI’s Communities on the Frontline series

Weaving together several SEI research projects, this new series hears from communities at the centre of Australia’s shifting energy landscape.