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SNCCS

Saboteurs, Vigilantes and Lawfare

Thursday 20 August 2015

Posted By Christine Winter

PhD student Christine Winter looks at how the Federal Government has created its own hurdle for the Carmichael Coal Mine

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SNCCS

The City of Sydney Council: Adapting for Climate Change

Tuesday 18 August 2015

Posted By Lisette Collins & David Schlosberg

PhD student Lisette Collins & Prof David Schlosberg explain their parts in adapting Sydney for climate change

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HfE Observatory

Report from Underwater Worlds: Seeking Buoyancy

Tuesday 28 July 2015

Posted By Killian Quigley

Killian wraps up his journey on The Underwater Worlds Project, explaining the importance of allowing the Reef to unlock sensations

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HARN

On the Road to Animal Publics: Emotions, Empathy, Activism

Thursday 23 July 2015

Posted By Fiona Probyn-Rapsey

Fiona explains how the road trip on the way down to a conference tells us a lot about human-animal interactions

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SEI

Representing Iran at “Make It Work” – A COP21 Simulation

Tuesday 21 July 2015

Posted By Eden Caceda

Eden describes what it's like to represent Iran in a mock COP21 conference

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SEI

Reflections on “Make It Work” – A COP21 Simulation

Thursday 16 July 2015

Posted By Whitney Duan

Whitney discovers how institutional structures can affect negotiation in a mock COP21 conference

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HfE Observatory

Report from Underwater Worlds: Oceanic Thought

Tuesday 23 June 2015

Posted By Killian Quigley

Killian Quigley checks in with us on The Underwater Project as he performs the underwater equivalent of jumping for joy.

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SNCCS

Melanie Feeney on why she chose to study sustainability

Thursday 04 June 2015

Posted By Lucy Taylor

Melanie Feeney recently graduated from the Master of Sustainability Program at The University of Sydney, she sat down with Lucy Taylor for a chat about why she chose to study sustainability and what she got out of it.

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FOOD

Is 3D printing the future of food?

Thursday 28 May 2015

Posted By Luke Craven

PhD candidate Luke Craven takes a look at the possibility that 3D printing might change the ways we manufacture, process and think about food.

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HfE Observatory

She Only Barks at Night: a performance at the University

Thursday 21 May 2015

Posted By Elizabeth McArthur

The HfE Node at the Sydney Environment Institute supports She Only Barks at Night by The Living Room Theatre.

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