UNSW’s Grand Challenge on Trust, led by Dr Katharine Kemp, reaches a broader audience in fortnightly conversations with national and international thought leaders.
Affluence trashes our planetary life support systems. It also obstructs the necessary transformation towards sustainability by driving power relations and consumption norms. To put it bluntly: the rich do more harm than good.
UNSW Sydney’s last Grand Challenge, led by Professors Anthony Burke and Ben Newell, will focus on how humans can thrive in our contemporary, globalised world.
UNSW’s Professor David Sanderson explores lessons from Tropical Cyclone Winston in Fiji with Anna Gero and Dr Keren Winterford from the Institute for Sustainable Futures at the Univ
The Anthropocene is more than a new geological epoch – it is a question mark over human civilisation and its ability to persist on a dramatically changing and turbulent earth.
Professor David Sanderson and Laura Bruce discuss their work on editing the recently published book: Urbanisation at Risk in the Pacific and Asia. Disasters, Climate Change and Resilience in the Built Environment.
At the core of the most pressing global issues of our time is a crisis of identity, where culture meets ecology.
You can run but you can't hide as Google forges ahead with attempts to amass an unparalleled treasure trove of sensitive data about our behaviour.
COVID-19 is the latest example of a disease that affects men and women differently, with more women being infected in many countries and more men dying as a result of it.
It's not just your imagination, products used to have a longer lifespan, says UNSW industrial designer Dr Miles Park.