Episode 24: Renewables - Power To The People
In this episode of the What Happens Next? podcast we’re talking practical steps for embracing renewable energy in our own lives.
Episode 23: Renewables - Getting the green light
We're discussing how we can solve some of the challenges of getting renewable energy from solar, wind farms and hydro back into the grid.
Episode 22: Power Trip
Could climate change make homes uninsurable? Have we missed our window on energy policy? Dr Susan Carland finds out, on the latest episode of the What Happens Next? podcast.
COVID pass, climate fail
Australia's COVID-19 response was bettered only by South Korea and Latvia, according to a new United Nations report. Just don't ask how it's doing on climate and sustainability.
Hidden household energy poverty
Many more households face financial hardship and discomfort at home this winter, as we physically self-isolate from work, family and friends due to COVID-19.
Rewriting the climate story
Coronavirus and stimulus spending creates a golden opportunity for low-carbon transition.
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.
A new technology for rechargeable batteries overcomes many of the problems with the ones we use today.
Risky climate business
Companies are being helped to chart a course through the real, and potentially catastrophic, risk posed by climate change.
Greening the Big Apple
As COO of New York’s Green Bank, Caroline Angoorly is helping the city achieve its 100 per cent renewable electricity grid.
Overcoming the hydrogen hurdle
A water electrolysis breakthrough has huge potential to make hydrogen generation more economically viable.
Turning plastic into fuel
With China no longer accepting Australian waste, an innovative home-grown solution is planned to turn plastic and used tyres into fuel.
They were right!
Scientists introduced credible climate change to the world in 1979, but it's taken decades for their message to sink in.
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.
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.
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.
RISE: Changing lives among the urban poor
A five-year, Monash-led project RISE aims to bring clean water and sanitation to impoverished urban communities.
Lecturer, Sustainable Development Education, MSDI
Senior Lecturer, Resources Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering
Senior Lecturer, Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, Director at Grid Innovation Hub
Director, BehaviourWorks Australia, MSDI
Director, Bachelor of Global Studies
Associate Professor, Economics
Chair, Monash Sustainable Development Institute (MSDI) and ClimateWorks Australia, Monash University
Senior Lecturer, Business Law and Taxation
Senior Research Fellow, Department of Human Centred Computing
Professorial Fellow, Business and Economics Faculty Office
Professor of Chemistry
Head of National Programs, ClimateWorks
Associate Professor, Department of Marketing
Research Fellow, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Lecturer, School of Chemistry
Professor, Chemical Engineering
Emeritus Professor, School of Earth Atmosphere and Environment
Project Officer – International Program, Monash Sustainable Development Institute
International Projects Officer, Monash Sustainable Development Institute
Professor, Faculty of Education
Associate Professor, Faculty of IT and Director of Monash Grid Innovation Hub
Senior Vice-Provost and Vice-Provost (Research); Director of RISE
Professor of Architecture
Professor of Clinical Epidemiology