Is the Paris agreement on climate change likely to fail? And can new treaty concepts help support it to prevent catastrophic climate change? Professor Anthony Burke, an expert in global climate governance, talks with Professor Shirley Scott about a new proposal for a Coal Elimination Treaty.
The webinar, featured Dr Caroline Butler-Bowdon, Executive Director at the Public Spaces in the Place, Design and Public Spaces team at NSW Department of Planning, Industry & Environment who explored walkability and access to quality public, green and open space for New South Wales.
In recent years, climate activists, academics and media have contributed to an increased awareness of the critical state of the changing climate and the future implications for an inhabitable Ea
In this conversation, Ben talks to Damon Gameau Director of the hugely successful documentaries ‘That sugar film’ and ‘2040’, one of the few films to offer a positive vision of our future on this planet.
The Grand Challenge on Rapid Urbanisation will establish Think Deep Australia, led by Dr Marilu Melo Zurita, to explore how we can use our urban underground spaces for community benefit.
The webinar, featured Monica Barone, CEO of the City of Sydney, who explored issues relating to urban regeneration and COVID-19 related adaptation in Sydney.
Stephen Oliver is Manager of Documentaries at the ABC.
Professor Anthony Burke and Dr Stefanie Fishel discuss how the treaty being proposed is a “supply-side” mechanism to eliminate what is the world's largest single source of greenhouse emissions within a decade.
Professor Richard Holden examines the fundamental problems with Australia's university sector in 2020.
Craig Reucassel is host of the ABC’s Fight for Planet A and the War on Waste.