Why are different countries pursuing different types of carbon emission reduction schemes, and what will each cost, writes DAVID STERN.
Myanmar is a country undergoing rapid change and a program to be run in Crawford School aims to give the country’s young professionals the skills they need to help their nation make the progression to a modern democracy.
The world’s coral reefs have become a zombie ecosystem, neither dead nor truly alive, and are on a trajectory to collapse within a human generation according to Crawford School ecologist Professor Roger Bradbury.
A decade-old decision to remove automatic indexation of petrol excise duty is contributing to Australia’s continuing reliance on gas guzzlers and helping to put the brakes on the take-up of fuel efficient vehicles.
Urgent action is needed to prevent irreversible damage to the region’s fisheries, writes TOM KOMPAS.
Masters student Josh Machin is set to walk the world stage after being selected to head to Washington DC to work with a US Senator.
The world needs to move away from only setting national carbon emission targets, and instead supplement these with an agreed maximum and minimum carbon price that clearly measures the effort it takes to reach these targets, according to new research.
It's time for the Coalition to push for aid effectiveness, writes STEPHEN HOWES.
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’.
A new intensive study tour will give participants the chance to completely immerse themselves in China in the company of some of the world's greatest experts on the country.