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High School Students Engage with Climate Change

Thursday 15 June 2017
Posted By Anastasia Mortimer, Knowledge Translation Officer & Communications Coordinator at The Sydney Environment Institute

The '2071' play and workshop allowed high school students to engage with climate change and provided them with an opportunity to voice their concerns and questions about the present and future environmental issues. Read full article...

Ocean Environments

World Ocean Day – A time for reflection

Thursday 08 June 2017
Posted By Anastasia Mortimer, Knowledge Translation Officer & Communications Coordinator at The Sydney Environment Institute

Our reliance on plastic is evident by simply looking at our surroundings. Ask yourself, what are my possessions made of? What is my food wrapped in? What fibers make up my clothes? For most of us, it's plastic. Read full article...

SEI BLOG

Can environmental exploitation be morally acceptable?

Wednesday 07 June 2017
Posted By Anastasia Mortimer, Knowledge Translation Officer & Communications Coordinator at The Sydney Environment Institute

By challenging the ambiguity of environmental exploitation, Piers Stephens has opened debates in environmental ethics, and the environmental space more generally. Read full article...

Climate Change

Climate Change and the Quest for Transformative Fictions

Friday 26 May 2017
Posted By Jennifer Mae Hamilton, Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney

What’s the deal with climate change fictions? Jennifer answers questions on Climate Change and the Quest for Transformative Fictions & “Hacking the Anthropocene.”

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