From policy to politics through to personal decisions, thinking ‘green’ is changing our lives in numerous and profound ways. But are those decisions based on the best evidence? PROFESSOR JEFF BENNETT writes that we need to look out for ‘little green lies’.
The inaugural Garrurru Scholarship winner will use his time studying at the Crawford School of Public Policy to help drive Australia’s water reform agenda.
New research challenges the water saving measures that form a key platform of the Australian Government’s proposed Murray-Darling Basin Plan.
There is much to be gained in forging stronger ties, if only Australia and India can learn to get along, writes RAMESH THAKUR.
Public Policy Fellow Professor Stephen Dovers is on a mission to show that Canberra has something unusual to offer and that public policy isn’t as dull as it sounds.
Pakistan needs to rebuild its languishing economy if it's to have any chance of tackling terrorism and other violence, writes PETER DRYSDALE.
The announcement of a move towards greater cooperation between peak bodies for business, trade unions and social services has been welcomed by Crawford School social issues expert Professor Peter Whiteford.
Tasmania has a golden opportunity to make the most of the way that it engages with Asia, according to one of the lead authors of the Tasmanian Government’s Asian Century White Paper.
Four of the world’s great rivers, including the Murray Darling, are all suffering from drastically reduced flows as a direct result of water extraction, according to new Crawford School research.
The UK Government target of reducing emissions by 80 per cent by 2050 is achievable, according to the Chief Executive of the UK Committee on Climate Change.