Digital platforms such as Google and Facebook will be forced to compensate news media companies for using their content, under a new mandatory code to be drawn up by Australia’s competition watchdog.
Dr Katharine Kemp joins the 2ser 107.3 team to discuss the government's newly proposed COVID-19 app, privacy concerns and what can be done to alleviate them.
UNSW’s Paul Osmond says the design of buildings and cities need to change after this pandemic.
Academic Lead for the Grand Challenge on Rapid Urbanisation, David Sanderson, shares his predictions of the lasting effect Coronavirus will have on our cities; “I don’t think people will forget how awful commuting is.”
Was the biggest peacetime nuclear disaster and demise of the Soviet Union inevitable?
UNSW academic, David Sanderson, explores the devastating realities Africa faces during the COVID-19 pandemic; whose risk to life and economic impacts threaten to eclipse previous crises, threatens to expose the mismanagement and neglect of Africa’s urbanisation in the most visceral of ways.
UNSW Academic, Katharine Kemp, sheds light on the data privacy implications of the government’s proposed COVID-19 tracking app and what this means for Australians.
LIVE RECORDING | Professor Emma Johnson speaks to Christiana Figueres about insights from her new book, The Future We Choose: Surviving the Climate Crisis, Figueres.
We’re in the midst of a climate crisis, so what can we do to ensure our survival?
For many coastal regions, sea-level rise is a looming crisis threatening our coastal society, livelihoods and coastal ecosystems.
Dr Katherine Kemp, Academic Lead for the Grand Challenge on Trust spoke with Sean Britten at 2ser 107.3 Radio about Australia’s largest grocery chains being authorised to work together during the pandemic, the need for limits on this power and input from the Consumers' Federation of Australia.
Over half of the world’s 70 million refugees and internally displaced persons do not live in camps, but in towns and cities. Evidence from previous disasters show not everyone is affected equally; invariably, those who are most vulnerable suffer the worst.