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Reimagining Leadership in Global Environmental Movements

15 September 2021

SEI Postdoctoral Fellow Dr June Rubis considers the contours of a leadership paradigm fit for transforming our systems. I was…


Reaching Across Disciplinary Boundaries to Consider Ecological Futures

19 August 2021

SEI talks with new member James Dunk about how he came to his research at the intersections of history, health…


European Romanticism and Colonial Environmental Violence

21 April 2022

2022 Honours Fellow Vivienne Goodes talks to SEI about the parallels between the rise of ecological consciousness in Europe and…


Future Imaginaries in Times of Crisis

16 March 2022

How do we imagine our future in a warming world? In this collaborative piece, Maria Paula Cardoso and Sacha Shaw,…


Accounting for Climate Change: Translating Climate Data into Financial Risk

10 August 2021

SEI Researcher Tanya Fiedler’s pioneering research on climate risk is helping businesses to play their part on climate change. As…


Introducing SEI’s Communities on the Frontline Series: Transitioning from Fossil Fuels in Australia

05 April 2022

Weaving together several SEI research projects, this new series hears from communities at the centre of Australia’s shifting energy landscape.  …


‘Never Again’, or Never?

09 September 2021

Samuel Naylor explores some of the legal and philosophical limits to environmental justice in Australia. ‘Never Again’ is the title…


Knowledge Integration and Aesthetic Experience in the Climate Crisis

13 April 2022

We sit down with Michael Stratford Hutch, SEI’s inaugural Iain McCalman Honours Fellow, to hear about their Honours research on the…