Marine Conservation as Economic Policy in Palau
SEI Visiting Scholar Justin Alger has travelled to Palau, an island country in the western Pacific Ocean, as part of his research. …Read more
CALL FOR PAPERS: Anthropocene Transitions AAS CONFERENCE 2016
The call for papers for the 2016 Australian Anthropological Society Conference is now open and authors wishing to present at …Read more
“Geologist wants research for climate justice not corporate interest”
University of Sydney student Jodie Pall got the audience talking after dropping a banner reading “Geologist wants research for climate …Read more
Climate Change and Anthropos: Planet, People and Places
Professor Linda Connor of Anthropology at the University of Sydney and SNCCS Key Researcher has recently published her book Climate …Read more
Food Insecurity – putting good food back on the table
Monday 1 August 2016 | 5.00 - 6.30PM
Urban design within limits: design led planning for adaptation and mitigation
Wednesday 3 August 2016
Arts, Science, Oceans
Friday 12 August 2016
Making Waste: Reuse, Repurpose and Reduce?
Thursday 29 & Friday 30 September 2016
What Is SEI?
The Sydney Environment Institute (SEI) at the University of Sydney aims to address the key questions of our time: how do we understand and redesign the fundamental relationship between human communities and the natural world that supports them; and how can people and societies adapt positively to environmental change?