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MSDI's research seminar series aims to foster interdisciplinary conversations on the grand sustainable development challenges of our time. Through engaging speakers and topics, the series hopes to spark dialogue and collaboration across Monash University’s research community for a sustainable future.

Upcoming Events

Sarah Kneebone - Accelerating Behaviour Change for Sustainable Development

27 March 2019
MSDI, Conference room, 8 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton Campus

Behaviour change will be critical to realise the sustainable development goals. Dr Kneebone will introduce the ‘spillover effect’ — a phenomenon where participating in one behaviour can encourage or accelerate uptake of additional behaviours.

Past Events

Paul Satur - Transforming Integrated Water Management: How water authorities can lead the way to achieve integrated sustainable development

13 March 2019
MSDI, Conference room, 8 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton Campus

Water Authorities have long been powerful drivers of global, national and local innovation for economic development, environmental enhancement and societal wellbeing. Accordingly, they play a critical role in progressing sustainable development.

Heli Askola - International Human Rights and the SDG's

6 March 2019
MSDI, Conference room A & B, 8 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton Campus

International human rights principles and standards are crucial to achieving the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Liz Campbell - Following the money: illicit financial flows and sustainable development

27 February 2019
MSDI Conference Room, 8 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton Campus

You’re invited to join us for a special talk by Professor Liz Campbell, inaugural Francine McNiff chair in Criminal Jurisprudence at Monash Law. This talk is the second in MSDI’s new Research Seminar Series on Sustainable Development.

Harriet Bulkeley - Nature’s New Urban Politics

26 February 2019
Room West 204, Level 2, Menzies Building, 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

You’re invited to join us for a special talk from author and researcher – Professor Harriet Bulkeley – in the first of our new Research Seminar Series. Professor Bulkeley will explore the emergence of ‘nature-based solutions’ – new imaginaries and interventions which use diverse forms of nature to resolve urban sustainability challenges.