Fish Welfare, Labour Rights and Environment in Fisheries: Intersecting Problems?
Dinesh Wadiwel considers the growing concerns in relation to social and environmental sustainability of industrial wild capture fisheries. Environmentalists have …Read more
Making Waste: Reuse, Repurpose and Reduce?
As Dr. Fiona Allon from the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies put it: ‘What does waste want to become, …Read more
Food @ Sydney Series: Eating at School and Work
The third Food@Sydney seminar for 2016 kicked off with three short talks discussing healthy food environments at school, university and work, …Read more
The Ballad of the Skeletons: Lining up to Ratify the Paris Climate Agreement
On 3 September 2016, The United States and China ratified the Paris Climate Agreement. During the next four weeks a …Read more
Do fish feel pain and why does it matter?
Monday 7 November 2016 | 6.00 - 7.30PM
Conversations with Naomi Klein
Wednesday 9 November, 2016
7pm | City Recital Hall
Turbulent Waters: Slavery in the Fishing Industry
Thursday 10th November 2016
1.00 - 2.00pm
Global Ecologies – Local Impacts Conference
Wednesday 23 - Friday 25 November 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?