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Virginia Marshall on COP26

22 November 2021

RegNet’s Inaugural Indigenous Postdoctoral Fellow Virginia Marshall attended COP26 as a delegate of the Indigenous Peoples’ Organisation Australia and the

India amendment soften pledge to phase out coal at COP26 – Emma Aisbett interviewed by ABC News

22 November 2021

Nearly 200 countries have adopted a new deal on climate action after a last minute intervention by India to water down the language on cutting emissions from coal.

Was COP26 a success? Howard Bamsey speaks to ABC News

22 November 2021

ANU RegNet’s Honorary Professor Howard Bamsey says the COP26 call for nations to phase down unabated coal power and “inefficient fossil fuel subs

Miranda Forsyth releases new “storymap” to show the drivers of sorcery accusation related violence

22 November 2021

In today’s world it can be hard to understand how people can accuse others of being sorcerers - and even torture and kill those accused.

Government gets F for housing during COVID-19

09 November 2021

The Federal Government has failed in its housing policy response according to a report that assessed health equity implications during the COVID pandemic.

Professor Hilary Charlesworth (2021)

Law scholar first Australian woman elected to the ICJ

08 November 2021

Long-time human rights scholar and international law expert, ANU Distinguished Professor Hilary Charlesworth, has been elected to the United Nations’ International Court o

Energy renewable solar

How Australia’s coal country past is scuppering its renewable energy future

04 November 2021

The crucial climate change summit in Glasgow has just begun, and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is bringing his widely criticised

Christian Downie on Australia's position at COP26

03 November 2021

Associate Professor Christian Downie shares his concerns that Australia is not doing enough to tackle climate change as world leaders gather for COP26.

Christian Downie speaks to Hilary Harper on ABC Radio National

02 November 2021

Associate Professor Christian Downie speaks to Life Matter’s Hilary Harper on the importance of states taking leadership and actions on climate change, ahead of COP26.

Virginia Marshall on COP26: we got this podcast

28 October 2021

How are Indigenous Australian community being impacted by climate change, and how can we incorporate their traditional knowledge and practices into effective climate adaptation strategies?

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