Events July 2019

21
Jun
2019

Exhibition - Contemporary Worlds: Indonesia

This major exhibition of contemporary Indonesian art will showcase 20 of the most exciting emerging and established artists from Bali and Java’s key artistic centres of Bandung, Yogyakarta and Jakarta.
 
23
Jul
2019

Cascades of crises: Great power collaboration in prevention

John Braithwaite
The greatest danger to great powers is not each other; it is crises enabled by failures to collaborate with each other to counter threats from third sources. Climate crises, economic crises, and security crises are the big three threats to the survival of our grandchildren. These crisis risks are increasingly interrelated. The best way to prevent tomorrow’s crises of all three kinds is to prevent today’s crises of all three kinds. 10 points are advanced on how global civil society might encourage this.
23
Jul
2019

Coal plant exit trajectories for Australia

Frank Jotzo, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU

Australia’s fleet of coal-fired power plants is set to come under competitive pressure as the share of renewable energy increases.

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