Removing barriers to participation for people with disability
Policies that remove barriers to participation could substantially improve health and wellbeing for people with disability, say University of Melbourne experts.
Changing the narrative on refugees
Governments and media must stop spreading harmful narratives and negative stereotypes about those seeking refugee protection say University of Melbourne experts
South Korea: Green growth or greenwashing?
A University of Melbourne expert says calling South Korea’s green economic agenda ‘greenwashing’ misrepresents its world-leading environmental policy.
Our government must trust the experts
The pandemic saw a rise in anti-expert sentiment, including from government, but the public still trusts the experts, says University of Melbourne expert.
Mapping climate policy
Climate policy across Australia is fragmented, but researchers at University of Melbourne are aiming to use big data to collect and make better sense of plans
What we know about politics after 2021
The second year of the COVID-19 pandemic had a tangible impact on global democracy; University of Melbourne experts take look at what 2022 might have in store.
To limit future flooding in Sydney, COP26 pledges need action
Weather that led to Sydney's 2021 floods will likely increase by 80 per cent by the end of this Century, predicts new University of Melbourne-led research
Q&A: Australia’s COP26 report card
A University of Melbourne expert says, globally, Australia lags behind in climate change policy, but has policy potential in the zero emissions global economy
Q&A: COP26 and great expectations
COP26 has begun and Australia has a lot to lose. We asked University of Melbourne experts for their assessment of our climate targets in a global context.
The case for an Australian Climate Accord
An Australian Climate Accord could foster agreement on reducing emissions while improving Australia’s living standards, say University of Melbourne experts.