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17 September 2019
Scott Morrison in the Pacific

The Pacific should persist with Australia on climate change

Despite Australia’s record as a laggard of climate action in the region, it is essential for the Pacific countries to engage Australia in dialogue, writes Dr George Carter.

16 September 2019
Coal power plant

Australia to attend climate summit empty-handed despite UN pleas to ‘come with a plan'

by Frank Jotzo

This story is part of Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 250 news...

12 September 2019
Quentin Grafton

Quentin Grafton wins Australian Laureate

ANU Crawford School of Public Policy Professor Quentin Grafton has been awarded an Australian Laureate Fellowship from the Australian Research Council for a project that could transform how Australia governs and uses water.

10 September 2019

Pollen InterACTive!

If the weather outside on 10 August 2019 in Canberra was cold and dull, the atmosphere inside the Shine Dome at the Australian Academy of Science was anything but.

10 September 2019

In defence of Andrew Hastie

West Australian Liberal MP Andrew Hastie has attracted a storm of criticism for crudely comparing the People’s Republic of China to Nazi Germany.

10 September 2019
Image: CMRF Crumlin on Flickr

RegNet co-hosts roundtable on paid parental leave

Australia’s national paid parental leave scheme, announced ten years ago on Mother’s Day 2009, was a landmark social policy designed to improve women’s workforce participation, gender equality in work and at home, and maternal and child health.

09 September 2019

Podcast: Language barriers

Is Australia doing enough to encourage the study of Asian languages?

05 September 2019

Staff Profile: Dominique Haywood

ANU College of Asia and the Pacific General Manager on what brought her to Canberra, the higher education sector and procrastibaking.

05 September 2019

Australia 360 – exploring the big issues that confront us

The world is facing unprecedented geostrategic and geopolitical shifts. At Australia 360 we took a closer look at how Australia’s key relationships are travelling – both globally and in the Asia-Pacific region which is experiencing profound upheaval and transition.

04 September 2019
Jakarta skyline

Moving Indonesia's capital city won't fix Jakarta's problems and will increase fire risk in Borneo

Moving Indonesia's capital to Borneo wouldn’t necessarily solve Jakarta’s environmental problems, writes Luca Tacconi.


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