Online cause, offline effect
Social media and the online space have become a critical part of activism, used as a tool to recruit and organise people around common causes.
Fires and celebrity faultlines
The connection of the bushfire disaster with climate change is increasing scrutiny of celebrities and their endorsements, just ask Roger Federer.
Turning up the heat on climate-speak
The surging popularity of more emotive language regarding climate change is indicative of public sentiment, but context must play its part.
Episode 2: No Time to Waste
In this episode we talk to a campaigner who forced a major supermarket to better consider sustainability in its promotions and discover how marketing research can help organisations do it better.
Episode 3: The Mess We're In
We’re not going to recycle our way out of this one. It takes awareness and education to change our behaviours surrounding waste. Find out what you can do.
Episode 1 : Trash Talk
Susan Carland is joined by researchers and behaviour change experts from BehaviourWorks Australia – together they talk global waste.
Where there's a will...
Rather than reacting when disaster strikes, there's plenty we can do to prevent catastrophic bushfires.
Youth justice shame
The Australian government has been criticised by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child for its youth justice failures and the rise of children with mental health issues.
Digging deeper on the Amazon fires
Some of the claims regarding the blazes need to be put into context. It’s not the number of fires, but rather the cumulative destruction that rightly has the world worried.
It was a dark and stormy night ...
New research is investigating the ingredients that lead to thunderstorms to better predict when they might strike.
'New low' for journalism?
Lack of scrutiny of the Coalition, a barrage of criticism aimed at Labor; News Corp's coverage of the election campaign has been the definition of partisan.
Facebook: the troubled teen
The social media giant has turned 15, but its growing pains continue.
Tropical thunderstorms are set to grow stronger as the world warms
Increased atmospheric energy as a results of climate change is putting the tropics and subtropics at risk of being lashed with more intense storms.
Director, Climate Change Communication Research Hub
Senior Lecturer, Sociology
Researcher at BehaviourWorks
Associate Professor, Department of Marketing
Lecturer and Senior Learning Coordinator, Sustainable Development Education, MSDI
Director, Bachelor of Global Studies
Advertising writer, Founder of Future Landfill
Associate Professor of Marketing
Research Officer, BehaviourWorks Australia
Research Fellow with BehaviourWorks Australia, MSDI
Senior Lecturer, Human Geography in the School of Social Sciences
Senior Lecturer, School of Psychological Sciences
Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social Sciences
Lecturer, School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment
Associate Professor of Journalism, School of Media, Film and Journalism
Assistant Lecturer, Monash Sustainable Development Institute