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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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Climate change adaptation plans at a local level in Australia

Thursday 14 May 2015

Posted By Lisette Collins

Lisette Collins on climate change adaptation plans in local governments around Australia.

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Feeding Struggle Street

Tuesday 12 May 2015

Posted By Alana Mann

There is an urgent need to address inequities in the current food system with evidence-based community food policies that ensure and protect peoples’ access to healthy, nutritious and culturally appropriate food, writes Alana Mann.

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On The Road To Paris: Changing modes of negotiations

Tuesday 05 May 2015

Posted By Eden Caceda

Eden Caceda on Paris COP21 and how experimental negotiation methods can change how the United Nations discusses climate change.

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Students See No Future for Fossil Fuels

Thursday 30 April 2015

Posted By Amy-Lee Russell

Amy Russell, from the Environmental Collective at The University of Sydney, discusses National Divestment Day and students' passion for divesting from fossil fuels.

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Australian climate policy fails even basic market ideals

Monday 27 April 2015

Posted By David Schlosberg

David Schlosberg on the short-comings of Australian climate change policy ahead of COP21.

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HfE Observatory

Of Borders and Bioregions

Tuesday 21 April 2015

Posted By Tom Bristow

Tom Bristow is exploring the bioregional imaginary to examine the ways that literary studies can unpack the politics of emerging cultural and ecological formations.

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Good to Wear. Made for Good. The Social Outfit.

Friday 17 April 2015

Posted By Lisa Heinze

Lisa Heinze takes a look at The Social Outfit, a clothing store and social enterprise that focuses on ethically and sustainably produced fashion.

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Shape of things to come

Tuesday 14 April 2015

Posted By Fiona Macdonald, UNSW Magazine

How much of our natural environment will be artificial in the future? Artist Josh Wodak is applying a new lens to the world of synthetic biology.

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Fisheries and fish welfare: an uncanny silence

Thursday 09 April 2015

Posted By Dinesh Wadiwel

Dinesh Wadiwel considers the global growth of fish consumption and the sorry state of fish welfare.

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