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Crawford celebrates teaching award success

Innovation and excellence recognised as leading-edge.

Uncontrolled climate change threatens well-being

Global well-being may peak in 2065 if emissions are not controlled.

Taxing traffic

Good outcomes from pricing bads.

Rich in resources?

Using economics for environmental and resource management.

Crawford academics call climate plan ‘unsuitable’

Experts urge adoption of carbon pricing in Senate testimony.

Putting food on the table

Tackle food security threats now, warns expert.

A broken relationship?

Issues between Australia and Indonesia continue to surface.

Winning ways

Crawford staff win teaching awards.

Rough seas ahead

Turning the tide on boats could lead to hot water.

The crowded chasm: the place of science in the Australian government

Policymakers are developing more sophisticated approaches to science and evidence, says PAUL HARRIS.


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