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Environmental restorative justice: A new justice framework for environmental harm

12 June 2021

RegNet’s Associate Professor Miranda Forsyth and fellow convenors Brunilda Pali (Leuven Institute of Criminology) and Gema Varona (Basque Institute of Criminology) hosted more than 40 participant f

A new paradigm for collecting data on cybercrime?

11 June 2021

Emeritus Professor Roderic Broadhurst and other panellists will be speaking about the nature, scope and challenges of cybercrime in A new paradigm for collecting data on cybercrime? on Thu

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Rod Broadhurst on exploring drug markets on the darknet

11 June 2021

In this episode of CrimPod, Rod Broadhurst discusses the nature of research on the darknet.

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New Zealand is urging Australia to join its push to scrap fossil fuel subsidies

10 June 2021

As New Zealand prepares to host the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting this November, it’s using its position to call on regional partners, including Austral

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Fighting Climate Change the Australian Way?

02 June 2021

Institut Montaigne talks to Emma Aisbett, Fellow at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) and Associate Director, Research for ANU Grand Challen

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How can regulation help solve the 21st century’s greatest societal challenges? Studying in the Master of Regulation and Governance

01 June 2021

From climate change to social injustice and inequality, and from disruptive technologies to geopolitical contestation, the world is facing numerous complex and interconnected challenges

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We could be a superpower: 3 ways Australia can take advantage of the changing geopolitics of energy

26 May 2021

The International Energy Agency confirmed last week what many already knew: the world is undergoing a huge transformation in global energy

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A new, $600m gas-fired power plant? Smells like a byelection

26 May 2021

by Emma Aisbett, Ralf Steinhauser

Our democracy is an interesting beast in the case of a byelection; especially a byelection when the government has a slim majority.

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Meet Steven Karras

21 May 2021

Steven Karras, recent graduate of the Graduate Certificate of Regulation and Governance, talks about his experience as a student at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet)—from

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Time to stop flirting with ‘blue’ hydrogen and go green, experts say

19 May 2021

Speaking at the Smart Energy Conference on 13 May 2021, Emma Aisbett, Associate Director of Research for ANU Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific (ZC

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