New scheme offering crash courses in climate change for teachers; helping schools, colleges and nurseries transition to net zero; and supporting them in making their buildings resilient to extreme weather.
Comms Declare is partnering with a broad range of businesses and their creative professions to develop awareness around misinformation and improve climate education.
Professor Matthew Nicholson, Vice President (Research and Development), Monash University Malaysia, has announced that a node of the Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub (MCCCRH), is to be established at Monash’s Malaysia campus, in partnership with the School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS). The purpose of the node is to conduct evidence-based research across…
This discussion brings together expert opinion and backgrounds in finance, corporate reporting and planning for sustainable futures.
The beginning of 2021 is a time to reflect on 2020’s highs and lows, its successes and failures. In Australia’s case, the comparison of our response to COVID-19 and climate change could not be starker.
Multi-dimensional poverty and inequality continue to persist in Africa’s societies.
The majority of African livelihoods rely on income from agricultural activities, which makes them vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. At the same time, the population on the continent is fast growing, which translates into rapid expansion of urban areas and associated infrastructural needs.
Prof. Jeremy Moss from the Practical Justice Initiative considers the role of climate justice in navigating toward a net zero economy.
In this scientific-technological and globalised era, climate change education focuses extensively on long-term, global consequences of anthropogenic climate change, and proclaims that only scientific-technological advances can help all of us save our planet earth.
It is clear nowadays that there are marked differences in the way climate and environmental changes and how their effects on health and their implications have been managed, both in terms of countries’ success in preserving the health of their citizens, and in the magnitude of inequalities. Unfortunately, no matter how bad climate and environmental changes were before the pandemic, and no matter how hard it exposed the inequalities in our society, the post-pandemic world may experience even greater climatic and environmental changes and inequalities.