Every year, ISF research students and their supervisors take a couple of days out of the office for our annual Retreat. This tradition began way back in 2002. There are several reasons why we do it. First, the Retreat is a chance to deeply engage… Read More
Human consumption and economic growth are putting increased pressure on the Earth; our actions and policies are leading to climate disruption, loss of biodiversity, pollution, and unsustainable exploitation of natural resources. We also know that consumption and economic growth do not bring happiness. How can… Read More
Last week, I wrote about a new discourse calling for transformative pathways to sustainable futures. The transformation discourse draws attention to the scale and breadth of the challenges we face in building a sustainable human civilisation and argues for action that goes beyond incremental reform.… Read More
Everywhere I turn, sustainability researchers are talking about transformation. Is it just a new buzzword, or does it add something to the discourse about a sustainable future on this planet? This post explores the emerging discourse of transformation for sustainable futures.
A run in the Broads This morning I ran through a beautiful English wood beside a deep lake known as the Broad. I’m at the University of East Anglia in Norfolk, England for a conference. The early morning mist rose off the Broad, disturbed only… Read More
I have just compiled a new resource on Australian public opinion on climate change, which provides an overview of public opinion research and a brief summary of some of the major reports in this area. One of the resources mentioned is the Lowy Institute Poll,… Read More