Join ANU Crawford School of Public Policy’s Professor Warwick McKibbin to discuss the possible global economic impacts of Covid-19 and what governments should be doing to limit the damage.
Critically thinking about Pacific health security: reflections from the New Zealand High Commissioner
Critically Thinking about Pacific Health Security: Reflections from the New Zealand High Commissioner
Measuring the impact of energy reduction goals
Paul Burke reviews the key environmental challenges faced by Asia and the growing opportunities for transition to a cleaner economy powered by zero-emission energy sources.
Khanh Hoang asks how are natural resources being used and will this be a risk to current and future economic development?
Professor Paul Parker of The University of Waterloo will present research on energy sustainability in Canada and the experiences of NunatuKavut Inuit. The seminar will be facilitated by Dr Bec Colvin of RE&D.
Join us for the launch of ‘Thinking and Working Politically in Development: Coalitions for Change in the Philippines’, which explores the results from CfC initiatives in tax reform, education reform, land governance reform, electoral reform, infrastructure reform, disaster risk reduction and management, and conflict resolution.
Join us at the AHRI International Women’s Day Breakfast with Annabel Crabb, ABC journalist, writer and presenter
Cedric Hodges presents his PhD work modelling Australia’s transition away from thermal coal.
Join us for the March 2020 Environmental Social Science seminar! Associate Professor Sango Mahanty will deliver ‘The political ecology of microfinance’.