Search results for "climate change"

Who We Are

MFU@City Square

Tue 06 Dec 2011

In the context of the global Occupy movement, questions of how our economy, society and politics could be organised differently have once again taken centre stage. This series of seminars will invite speakers to explore radical practical ideas on how our world might be, in relation to topics as diverse as inequality, Indigenous politics, democra ...

Welcome to the Anthropocene!

What can the past tell us about the future of climate change in Australia?

Wed 11 Jun 2014

Dr Simon Connor: School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment (Monash) Dr Joelle Gergis: School of Earth Sciences (Melbourne Uni) The Anthropocene has been put forward as a new geological epoch, one in which humans have come to rule the world's natural systems and processes. In an age of increased environmental awareness, the term has captured ...

MFU@City Square

On Climate Change and Environmental Politics

Tue 13 Dec 2011

Welcome to the Anthropocene!

Australia in the Anthropocene: Climate change, coal, and crisis calls

Thu 27 Nov 2014

Dr Lauren Rickards: Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute (Melbourne Uni)

Asia-Pacific and Us: Australia In the Region

Pacific developments

Thu 07 Oct 2010

The Pacific receives Australia's largest aid packages, especially Papua New Guinea; however, development policies seem not to work, with poverty still rampant, corruption and unstable governments throughout the region and climate change set to force people off their homelands.

Sustainability and Permaculture

Energy sustainability and climate change

Thu 26 Aug 2010

Welcome to the Anthropocene!

Anthropocene denial: The challenge of communicating climate change

Sat 12 Apr 2014

Dr David Holmes: Communications and Media (Monash)

Contemporary Australian Issues

Australia’s role in the world

Sat 01 May 2010

In an era characterised by globalisation, protracted civil wars, new security challenges, food and economic crises, and environmental challenges, the role Australia plays in the world has changed dramatically from in the past. Australia’s response to the myriad issues currently facing the international community raises numerous questions about the ...

Welcome to the Anthropocene!

Oceans and Climate Change

Thu 13 Nov 2014

Dr Will Howard: School of Earth Sciences (Melbourne Uni)