ScoMo: The first hundred days
This week marks 100 days since Scott Morrison led the Liberal Party to a surprise election win. How's he fared so far?
Nuclear power versus renewables
Is nuclear energy the right technology for the transitioning Australian energy market?
Reframing our future technology fears
Don’t worry, your self-driving car won’t kill you – as long as research focuses on people and society, too.
Episode 14: The business of energy
Energy is big business. How will economies cope with the switch to green energy? ‘A Different Lens’ investigates.
Why old-school climate denial has had its day
Ten years ago, politicians would routinely voice disdain for climate science. Now, while the policy debate remains fierce, the battleground has shifted to economics and jobs.
Defying the polls
Political science explains three reasons why the Coalition won the 2019 federal election.
Interest rates: The case for leaving them on hold
We run to the monetary policy teat at the first sign of economic weakness because it is easy and comfortable and has delivered before, but this time it's different.
All sorts of sweeteners
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and PM Scott Morrison pack the 2019 Federal Budget full of goodies as they push towards an election.
Death knell: killing off capital punishment
A new institute is leading the push to eliminate the 'faulty' justice of the death penalty.
The temptation of Christmas
Nostalgia plays a leading role in determining what – and how much – we eat over the festive season.
Pacific Islands thinking SMART
ClimateWorks Australia has developed a tool to help Pacific Island countries design pathways for the future through sustainable, climate-resilient, net-zero-emissions development.
Graduate incomes not worth the focus
We should keep in mind that education is valuable beyond graduate earning capacity, and that what a student learns during their education can have little to do with why they earn more.
Changing course to prevent assault
To drive lasting change regarding sexual harassment and assault, greater effort needs to be directed towards preventing these issues from arising in the first place.
Reality check: EdTech is killing the planet
Despite our reliance on digital technologies in the classroom, there are too few natural resources to produce and sustain them at the levels we expect.
Rebuilding the Liberal Party from the ground up
It's a mess and has lost its way in the modern political and social landscape. Nothing short of a complete rebuild can save it.
Taking the guesswork out of predictions
We need to move past biased, opaque models for energy policies.
Embracing transformation for a sustainable future
Our business-as-usual plan won't be enough to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
Where to now for Melbourne City Council?
Melbourne’s defective city democracy is on show again with an election for lord mayor following the forced resignation of Robert Doyle.
Greens have a call to make as election looms
Both major parties have declared they will not form minority government in Tasmania – talk that should be taken seriously, but not literally.
Getting smart about gas
Seventy per cent of Australia's projected gas shortfall can be recovered through simply improving energy efficiency and sensibly using gas alternatives.
Baffled by baseload? Dumbfounded by dispatchables?
The term “energy crisis” is bandied around quite loosely with some confusion around whether the crisis is about prices or security of supply.
After the storm: how political attacks on renewables elevates attention paid to climate change
How political attacks on renewables elevates attention paid to climate change
China's grip still tight on state-owned enterprises
China’s next Five-Year Plan is due to be formally approved by the National People’s Congress in March 2016. One of the areas of focus is the role of China’s State-Owned Enterprises, generally viewed with suspicion by the West and also seen...
Australia risks missing out on China's One Belt One Road
Australia is late to the party in only recently expressing real interest in China’s One-Belt, One-Road initiative (OBOR). And if Australian businesses don’t take advantage of the opportunities available in this project now, there are plenty of...
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