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.
Public health messages about COVID-19 have been inconsistent and changed rapidly. As many call for a unified source of expertise to guide our response, UNSW Academics help unpick the complexities of responding to a crisis.
UNSW Sydney has brought a global alliance of top climate change researchers together to provide a new, international platform for universities to communicate climate research with authority to our leaders.
It is one of the most important questions of our time: how will digital technology transform society and the way we govern?
As COVID-19 restrictions tighten around the world, governments are harnessing the potential of drones. From delivering medical supplies, to helping keep people indoors - drones can do a lot in a pandemic.
Shen Narayanasamy targets Australia's treatment of refugees and challenges people to stand up against the systems that strip these people of their human rights.
This week Australia's competition watchdog authorised Coles, Woolworths, Aldi and IGA to work together to ensure customers have “reliable and fair access to groceries” during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Professor David Sanderson highlights that the coronavirus epidemic will test urban resilience, and we must rise to the challenge.