15 November 2023

Announcing SEI's Indigenous environmental studies Honours scholarship

Applications are open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who plan to engage with Sydney Environment Institute's research themes as part of their Honours study.

09 November 2023

Multispecies justice article wins Environmental Politics Article of the Year

Sydney Environment Institute member Dr Blanche Verlie has won article of the year.
01 November 2023

Critical minerals for the future

Globally, countries are racing to secure the finite mineral supplies needed for the transition to low-carbon economies. The recent Critical Minerals Symposium considered how this rapid shift in resource competition will shape our world.
27 October 2023

Thom van Dooren shortlisted for Prime Minister’s Literary Award

Sydney Environment Institute Deputy Director Thom van Dooren’s latest book has been shortlisted for the Prime Minister’s Literary Award in the Non-Fiction category.
09 October 2023

Maria Byrne receives Doctor of Science at University of Galway

Sydney Environment Institute member, Professor Maria Byrne, has been awarded the highest qualification in science for her life’s work in marine biology.
22 September 2023

Making flights the exception – not the default – at universities

Masters of Sustainability graduate Dayana Brooke discusses her project, which aims to help the University reduce staff air travel and the emissions that come with it.
13 September 2023

Sustainable and ethical food on campus: creating a roadmap

Masters of Sustainability graduate Costanza Chittaro discusses her roadmap to increase the accessibility of sustainable and ethical food at the University.
04 September 2023

Sydney Environment Institute announces 2024 collaborative projects

SEI has awarded its 2024 Collaborative Grants to projects tackling ocean acidification, the carbon cost of medical procedures, climate disaster responses, and more.
01 September 2023

Sydney Environment Institute supports the Voice to Parliament

The Sydney Environment Institute supports a ‘Yes’ vote on the Voice to Parliament to expand engagement and inclusion on environmental decision-making.
18 August 2023

Listening and speaking to earth with artists in Mongolia

Artist, scholar, and Sydney Environment Institute collaborative fellow Diana Chester discusses the month they spent in Mongolia listening to the environment.