2021 winners announced for social business program Leave No One Behind
An idea to empower women through surfing and enhance gender representation called Making Waves has been selected as the winner of the 2021 Leave No One Behind program.
Monash University and ENGIE commit to long-term alliance to support decarbonisation of cities and the grid
Monash University and global energy company ENGIE have committed to a long-term alliance until 2030 to co-develop solutions to help precincts and cities achieve net zero.
Creating space for diverse perspectives makes a real impact in the world
MSDI Water Director, Briony Rogers, has always liked to work in an interdisciplinary way; moving across boundaries in studies, sectors and spaces. This way of working allows her to build collaborative partnerships, embrace diverse thinking, empower
Water solutions flow across all Sustainable Development Goals
What are the first three facts that you can remember about the importance of water? Maybe you remember that we’re told to drink eight glasses a day, turn the tap off when we’re brushing our teeth, and keep our showers to only three
New RACP report shows climate change is the biggest threat to health system
A new report has been released on the effects climate change has on the healthcare system. The report was commissioned by Royal Australasian College of Physicians, prepared by MSDI and endorsed by 10 Medical Colleges.
Making connections to enact change
Congratulations to John Thwaites AM, who received the Award for Outstanding Leadership in Engagement last night at the Engagement Australia Excellence Awards. The award recognises the notable contributions John has made to engagement – going
Water Sensitive Cities Australia partners with WA government
MSDI's Water Sensitive Cities Australia (WSCA) has partnered with the WA government, University of Western Australia and other local organisations to develop water sensitive practices in WA.
SBS talks to MSDI about sustainable fashion
SBS World News spoke this week to MSDI Strategic Projects Manager Aleasha McCallion and Project Manager Julie Boulton from MSDI Policy and Impact, along with Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley, about sustainable fashion.