08 March 2022

Call for participation: historical and philosophical perspectives on new earth lexicons

SEI researchers Dr James Dunk and Professor Anik Waldow invite expressions of interest from scholars of all backgrounds to contribute to the collaborative project at a loss for words of loss, which aims to map the power and limits of language in a time of environmental crisis.
25 March 2022

Connection, embracing diversity and staying curious with Jioji Ravulo

How can we ensure that all voices are heard and celebrated? Ahead of Shared Voices: Performance, Knowledge and Connection, we hear from Professor Jioji Ravulo on the importance of diverse perspectives and why museum objects can initiate conversations around inclusivity.
09 March 2022

Action today for tomorrow series: seeds, hope and action for climate justice

As part of SEI’s Action Today for Tomorrow Series, we hear from Ugandan climate activist Nyombi Morris on the vital role of climate education and instilling hope for the future.
20 March 2022

Gender equality for a sustainable future

This International Women’s Day, we hear from University of Sydney researchers on why gender equality is essential to securing a sustainable world.
04 March 2022

Welcoming Emma Holland, SEI’s new Content Editor and Communications Officer

Get to know SEI’s newest team member, Emma Holland.
29 March 2022

Kin and connectivity: thinking with Deborah Bird Rose

SEI Deputy Director Thom van Dooren reflects upon the legacy and impact of anthropologist Deborah Bird Rose with the release of a new edited collection.
16 March 2022

Future imaginaries in times of crisis

How do we imagine our future in a warming world? In this collaborative piece, Maria Paula Cardoso and Sacha Shaw, SEI Youth Fellows for the Grounded Imaginaries project, consider the power of imagination in contemplating and transforming a world altered by climate change.
08 August 2022

Environmental governance failures in Australia: probing problems and seeking solutions

In response to the dire findings of the 2021 State of the Environment Report, SEI researchers Rosemary Lyster, Danielle Celermajer and Frank Stilwell reflect on how Australia’s political, legal and economic context has propelled severe environmental decline in recent decades.
01 August 2022

Call for submissions: SEI student series on climate futures

SEI is inviting University of Sydney students to contribute to our blog under the theme ‘climate futures’.
19 August 2022

Policy employment pathways for researchers and students

How can you transition your career from academia into policymaking? Here, we outline key takeaways from a recent workshop hosted by SEI and Sydney Policy Lab where we heard expert advice from environmental policy professionals who successfully made the move.