Climate change poses a serious risk to public health: more bushfires, heat related deaths and hospitalisations, diminished safe drinking water, reduced crop production, and a growth in vector, and
RegNet Director, Sharon Friel, has joined the Global Governance and the European Union: Future Trends and Scenarios (GLOBE) project, funded by the European Commis
RegNet Post-Doctoral Fellow, Deb Cleland has been accepted as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Membership as a Fellow recognises Deb’s expertise and experience in university teaching.
Joining The Australian National University (ANU) in February 2019, Dr Mai Sato is an expert on the death penalty, miscarriages of justice, trafficking of goods, policing a
RegNet Fellow, Mai Sato has been quoted in the Diplomat on the use of the death penalty in Japan, particularly in the lead up to the 2020 Olympics.
RegNet Director, Professor Sharon Friel’s latest book Climate Change and the People’s Health (OUP), has been featured in The Guardian in an article looking at the
We are privileged to be alive at a time when we can still act to combat climate change and acting will require a transformation of systems, including transport, energy and our food systems.
The application deadline for this position has been extended until 31 May, 2019
Applications for the Braithwaite Research Fellow/Fellow at RegNet are now open.