In the wake of a violent volcanic eruption in Tonga, much of the communication with residents on the islands remains at a standstill. In our modern, highly-connected world, more than 95% of global ...
Sponges are ancient marine animals and have already shown robustness against stresses from climate change. New research now shows they can also tolerate low-oxygen conditions.
Climate change is forcing countries to review both their security strategies and their military sustainability.
Companies may be using the positive impacts of sport to divert attention from their roles in furthering climate change.
Australians tend to be fairly relaxed about the tsunami risk. But warnings from authorities to stay away from foreshore areas should not be ignored.
Benevolent sexism’ - opening doors for women, offering a hand - may seem harmless enough, even gentlemanly. But a growing body of evidence shows it can have harmful effects on women.
Three ‘just transition’ priorities identified by the coal-mining communities of the Hunter Valley in NSW hold lessons for the rest of Australia, and the world.
The Minister of Families, Children and Social Development should start developing federal-provincial/territorial accords towards implementing a national school nutritious meal program.
As a society, we must shift our collective culture away from a silent complacency around interpersonal trauma and towards intentionally working to prevent it.
Innovative companies engage in many highly touted best practices. While they can enhance competitiveness, some are more important than others and need a strategy for effective implemenation.