Adapt, or learn to live in a dirty economy?
Will the clean economy be possible, or is it a myth we like to tell ourselves?
What does it take to get Australians into electric cars?
Would business fleets going electric be the game-changer?
Feeling the heat: how our workplaces will become more dangerous
Climate-affected workplaces will become more dangerous, leading to further injuries and accidents.
Moving towards a circular economy
How we can move from a linear economy to a circular one. With sustainability expert Helen Millicer.
The clean economy: Solving the energy equation
To have any chance of limiting climate change, we need clean energy. How do we solve this equation? And why is Australia so slow on the uptake?
Measuring the clean economy
We know we need to act on climate change. But how do we measure improvements and the setbacks?
How rising temperatures impact our economic preferences
Some places might soon be too hot for inhabitants to make optimal economic decisions.
How climate change could threaten Victoria’s wheat crops
Under some climate change scenarios, heavy losses are predicted for Victoria's wheat crops. But there are steps farmers can take to mitigate the impact.
Unearthing the hidden emissions lurking in supply chains
Can manufacturers and suppliers identify greenhouse gas emissions in a way that is mutually beneficial for their business?
Are we thinking about water conservation all wrong?
Across the world, urban areas are heading towards a water supply crisis. Is it time to start treating water supply as a balance sheet 'risk'?
Rethinking biofuels: the future of energy?
Australia lags the rest of the world when it comes to adopting biofuels - that is, turning plant matter into energy. But we can move beyond the 'food versus fuel' argument with expert research and government support.
Why we need to pay attention to energy justice
The proposed Adani coal mine in Queensland has been controversial for its environmental, economic and political ramifications. It's a good example of how difficult it is to make sense of all these competing agendas. Enter an emerging new field of thought – energy justice. With Dr Diane Kraal.