22 Mar 2018

Why Australian Cities Are Crying Out For Better Planning

Although 90% of our population lives in cities, Australia lacks a national urban policy and our government

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21 Mar 2018

Why Isn’t Australia An Active Travel Mecca?

Australian city planners are seeking ways to make cities better for walking and cycling. “Walkability and cyclability are

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18 Jul 2017

Artsy Aussie : 98% of Young Australians Into The Arts

The arts play a role in the lives of 98% of the Australian population, according

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26 May 2016

Bungle Bungle: A Geologist’s Playground In Western Australia

The Bungle Bungle Range, in Purnululu National Park, is one of the most fascinating geological

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03 May 2016

Can Australia’s Climate Change Mission Be Saved With Farming?

Australia’s agricultural lands help to feed about 60 million people worldwide, and also support tens of

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05 Apr 2016

How The Storied Australian Dollar & Banking System Got To Now

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Changeover day: when Australia swapped from pounds to

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27 Feb 2016

Grow Your Own : Making Australian Cities More Food-Secure

Food security has typically been framed as an issue of global concern, concentrated within developing

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31 Jul 2015

Australia’s Queensland Set To Become Sunnier With Largest Solar Farm

A sea of glass panels may soon be sprawling across a paddock in Queensland’s Darling

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13 Jul 2015

Australia Could Become A Leader In Cybersecurity Research

Alex Zelinsky Chief Defence Scientist, Defence Science and Technology The national science and research priorities

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10 Jul 2015

How Australia Is Using Brilliant Research For Transport Problems

This article is part of the series on the Science and Research Priorities recently announced

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03 Jul 2015

From Ads To Oscar Winners Of Australian Animation

“Australia has a rich history of animation production ranging from award-winning animated shorts and animated

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17 Oct 2019

Sweden Ranked As The Most Reputable Country In The World For 2019

When it comes to a country’s reputation, bigger definitely isn’t better. With a combined population

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15 Oct 2019

Surveying Archaeologists Across The Globe Reveals Deeper And More Widespread Roots Of The Human Age, The Anthropocene

Examples of how human societies are changing the planet abound – from building roads and

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07 Oct 2019

What Will The School Of The Future Look Like?

There aren’t that many fields that have been as profoundly transformed by technology as education.

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04 Oct 2019

The Joker’s Origin Story Comes At A Perfect Moment: Clowns Define Our Times

The joker, the trickster, the jester, the provocateur – there is a rich cultural history

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24 Sep 2019

How The Youth-Led Climate Strikes Became A Global Mass Movement

It began as a call to action from a group of youth activists scattered across

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16 Sep 2019

The Plastic Challenge: Are We Solving the Plastic Problem or Creating Demons for the Future?

When plastic became the “wonder” product for solving so many modern issues in the 1970s,

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10 Sep 2019

Designing For Future Ready Cities

Engineering has always been about building for what lies ahead, creating lasting legacies in the

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02 Sep 2019

How Will We Travel The World In 2050?

If the aviation industry was a country, it would rank among the world’s top ten

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27 Aug 2019

‘It Eats Everything’ – The New Breed Of Wildfire That’s Impossible To Predict

Climate change and negligent forest management are causing higher-intensity, faster-moving fires that can generate enough energy to evolve

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24 Aug 2019

‘We Die Together’: Hong Kong Protests Are Being Driven By A Fearless Young Generation

As the protests in Hong Kong continue, it’s not uncommon to see teenagers dressed in

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24 Aug 2019

The World’s Forests Will Collapse If We Don’t Learn To Say ‘No’

An alarming study has shown that the world’s forests are not only disappearing rapidly but

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19 Aug 2019

Surprise! Digital Space Isn’t Replacing Public Space, And Might Even Help Make It Better

You’re on the train on your daily commute, head bowed, peering at your phone. A

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08 Aug 2019

Poor Housing Leaves Its Mark On Our Mental Health For Years To Come

Australia carries an enormous and increasing mental health burden. At the same time, housing disadvantage

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06 Aug 2019

Could A National Buyback Program Reduce Gun Violence In America?

Americans own nearly half of the world’s guns, with approximately 120 firearms for every 100

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31 Jul 2019

The Ups And Downs And Clashes Of Western Civilization

Ethnocentric, sexist and racist ideologies demonstrate why it is important to de-colonise the study and

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29 Jul 2019

Getting Into The Urban Property Development Market: How Developers Can Appeal To Metro Masses And Break The Profit Barrier

The urban property regeneration continues, with both businesses and renters flocking to the cities in

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25 Jul 2019

Climate Change: We Can Reclaim Cities From The Car Without Inconveniencing People

Since the 1920s, the car has revolutionised the way people travel; eliminating the constraints of

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25 Jul 2019

Digital Earth: The Paradigm Now Shaping Our World’s Data Cities

Today’s smart cities rely on networks: squillions of semiconductor devices that constantly pulse electromagnetic waves

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17 Jul 2019

Why Central Banks Need To Take Human Rights More Seriously

Many central banks are rethinking their approach to the environmental and social impact of their

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16 Jul 2019

Climate Crisis: Migration Cannot Be The Only Option For People Living On ‘Drowning’ Islands

The evidence of the climate crisis is now undeniable. But state responses to climate change

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12 Jul 2019

The World’s Best Student Cities

Planning to go to university? Here are the world’s best cities to get that degree: 

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03 Jul 2019

Japan & Singapore Ranked Most Powerful According To Henley & Partners Passport Index

Henley & Partners has released their updated 2019 rankings of passport rankings for countries in

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03 Jul 2019

At The G20, A Focus On Sideshow Diplomacy And Photo Opps, With Limited Material Gains

What a weekend it’s been: global leadership, diplomacy and theatrics, all at play on the

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28 Jun 2019

Knowing What Leads To Building Collapses Can Help Make African Cities Safer

It’s a sadly familiar image in several developing countries’ media reports: people frantically searching the

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21 Jun 2019

The Top 10 Best Airlines In The World 2019

Skytrax has released the listing of best airlines in the world for 2019. The event

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12 Jun 2019

As more developing countries reject plastic waste exports, wealthy nations seek solutions at home

Less than two years after China banned most imports of scrap material from abroad, many

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03 Jun 2019

Why Remember The Past? The Case Of Tiananmen

Most people know from daily experience that memories are vital for their sense of well-being.

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03 Jun 2019

‘World Heritage’ site selection is Eurocentric – and that shapes which historic places get love and money

The April 2019 fire that engulfed France’s Notre Dame Cathedral, in Paris, led to an

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24 May 2019

Can We Establish Forms Of Home Ownership That Promote Empathy And Solidarity?

There are few forms of consumption that match the depth of feeling brought to homeownership.

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24 Apr 2019

Redefining Agriculture With IoT-Based Monitoring

Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of objects which can directly exchange data with

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22 Apr 2019

Why Desperation Could Be The Key To Tackling Climate Change

Last October, something strange happened when the United Nations released a report saying we have

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17 Apr 2019

Why Are We So Moved By The Plight Of The Notre Dame?

Scrolling through news of the Notre Dame fire on social media feeds was like watching

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16 Apr 2019

7 Ways To Travel The World Through Sea And Still Study Well

Traveling across the sea and studying at the same time sound unrealistic. All that comes

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12 Apr 2019

Did European Colonisation Precipitate The Little Ice Age?

Many of us think that rapid environmental change is a quintessentially modern crisis. Today, temperatures

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09 Apr 2019

The Best & Worst Tourism Slogans: From Unforgettable Tag Lines To Those That Are Best Forgotten

Devising a slogan that encapsulates every­thing a holiday destination has to offer is no easy

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19 Mar 2019

Does Evil Exist And, If So, Are Some People Just Plain Evil?

You would have to be naïve to believe that evil exists, right? If you were

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19 Mar 2019

Christchurch Attacks Are A Stark Warning Of Toxic Political Environment That Allows Hate To Flourish

When lives are tragically cut short, it is generally easier to explain the “how” than

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06 Feb 2019

It’s Official – Hong Kong Is The Most Expensive City In The World To Live In

The most expensive cities to live in around the world in 2019 have been revealed

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31 Jan 2019

Polar Vortex : What Is It And How Is It Linked To Climate Change?

The polar vortex has broken into ‘two swirling blobs of cold air’, bringing the most

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