Complex modeling, discussions and negotiations about the effects and challenges of implementing an economy-wide carbon tax in South Africa led to the African country taking a bold plan to the Copenhagen climate negotiations.
ALICIA MOLLAUN looks back over a difficult year for Pakistan that has seen the ousting of a Prime Minister, an energy crisis and escalating sectarian violence.
How do you take the complexity of an entire country’s policy landscape and turn it into a single ‘systems map’? CHRISTOPHER VAS offers some insights.
Battling rough high seas in a dinghy, incurring the wrath of village sorcerers and making school teachers flee in fear – the path to research can be much more than trawling through books.
Five ANU students will get the chance to network with some of the world’s most influential development and aid experts, thanks to a one off grant.
Dr Jennifer Allen Simons, Founder and President of the Simons Foundation, and Founding Partner of the Global Zero nuclear movement, has generously donated $100,000 towards the Centre for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament.
Crawford School students laid their plans for global food security on the table at this year's Hult Prize competition and gained partnerships that will enable their model to change the future.
Millions of people are in danger of going hungry if the construction of dams on the lower Mekong River in South-East Asia goes ahead, according to research from the Crawford School of Public Policy.
If you've got pens to be pushed, folders you've forsaken or your stationery has been too long stationary then the Stationery Exchange wants to hear from you.
Including homes in welfare assessments is not what the public, or politicians, should want to see, writes PETER WHITEFORD.