Energy, environment & climate
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Michael Williams on Climate Change Fatigue
Working as Head of Programming for the Wheeler Centre has brought its surprises, its challenges and its learning curves, but perhaps none as pronounced as working on the 2010 Alfred Deakin Lecture series. Under the guidance of Curator Tim Flannery and Strategic Director Nick Rowley, I’ve been introduced to a whole (dare I say it brave) new world of people working to improve their…
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We’ve just posted a video of our recent ‘Writer’s Banquet’ event hosted by Radio National Book Show’s Ramona Koval. Guests Toni Jordan, Morris Gleitzman and Andrea Goldsmith trace the links between writers, writing and food, exploring their own connection with food and cooking, reflecting on what tickles their tastebuds and uncovering the key ingredients that make it easy to eat…
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Media Climate Debate Labelled ‘Phony'
“Climate science is a cumulative enterprise built upon hundreds of years of research. The heat-trapping properties of CO2 were discovered in the middle of the 19th century, pre-dating even Sherlock Holmes and Queen Victoria.” So write scientists Michael Ashley and Stephan Lewandowsky in an article that ends a wide-ranging series on climate change in The Conversation. ‘The false, the confused and the mendacious: how…
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