18 April 2019
Our new report outlines how Australia stands to lose, or gain, depending on its response to this new frontier in global climate policy.
16 April 2019
Monash University and Emory University have announced a partnership to conduct research into gender-responsive design of water and sanitation services for the world’s most vulnerable and marginalised living in urban informal settlements.
11 April 2019
Monash Sustainable Development Institute (MSDI), with the support of Monash Abroad, is offering travel scholarships for Monash students to attend the 2019 International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD 2019) in New York.
10 April 2019
Food waste, wealth inequality and social exclusion are just some of the issues our people have a problem with. Meet the MSDI team and learn what drives them to make this planet more sustainable in this brand new short video series.
6 April 2019
Local councils could save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by shifting their fleets to electric vehicles, a study by ClimateWorks Australia suggests.
5 April 2019
Leading Monash researchers have examined ways to effectively design and deliver interdisciplinary research to address grand societal challenges in a special issue of the Global Challenges journal published this week.
3 April 2019
If you’re passionate about making a difference in the world and contributing to climate solutions for Australia and our region - but you need context and contacts to help you achieve your goals, the Adam Majcher legacy program could be for you.
21 March 2019
World Water Day 2019 encourages us to "leave no one behind". It’s a sobering reminder that safe and clean access to water and sanitation is still not a right afforded to everyone, even in Australia. Dr Paul Satur explains how we could do better.
21 March 2019
Associate Professor Becky Batagol spoke with The Daily’s Victor Petrovic from 2SER about economic abuse and the hidden side of domestic violence.
18 March 2019
Australian water authorities have a history of progressing sustainable development, but working with other sectors will help the industry bring about even greater change. MSDI's Dr Paul Satur speaks with The Australian Water Association ahead of OzWater 2019.
17 March 2019
Geoff Paine and Peter Bragge from BehaviourWorks Australia join Libbi Gorr on ABC Radio Melbourne to discuss behavioural science and examine disruptions in our daily lives and how we handle them.
5 March 2019
Australia can achieve its current Paris Agreement target of 26 per cent by 2030 and the full Paris Agreement goal of net zero emissions — but policy and industry support is needed to harness the opportunities to make this happen.
4 March 2019
Anna Skarbek and Anna Malos from ClimateWorks Australia explain that with well-targeted policies across all sectors of the economy, we can get back on track and meet our Paris targets.
27 February 2019
Jarrod Grainger-Brown has been awarded a prestigious Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship allowing him to undertake a PhD at MSDI, investigating how the Sustainable Development Goals can be integrated into urban and city planning.
25 February 2019
Three Monash business students have been named finalists in the prestigious 2019 Flourish Prize, hosted by AIM2Flourish.
22 February 2019
MSDI’s executive education course - Climate change and business risk: Developing a strategic approach - is helping organisations integrate climate into their core strategies.
20 February 2019
The forum brought together university students and representatives from leading youth-led and youth-focused organisations in Australia to explore the critical role that young people play in achieving the SDGs.
20 February 2019
MSDI Chair, Professor John Thwaites speaks at the Times Higher Education Research Excellence Summit.
19 February 2019
A national electric vehicle fast-charging network will accelerate EV take up in Australia - Sarah Fumei from ClimateWorks Australia speaks with The Fifth Estate.
18 February 2019
Geoff Paine and Peter Bragge from BehaviourWorks Australia join Libbi Gorr for a chat about behavioural science and the awkward conversations we have whilst shopping.
Climate leaders and activists debate best course of large scale action at Sustainable Living Festival
15 February 2019
MSDI Chair Professor John Thwaites was among a line-up of global climate leaders, activists and professionals who took part in the National Sustainable Living Festival's Great Debate.
4 February 2019
MSDI's David Robertson explores what Facebook could learn from teen leaders taking action for a more sustainable future.
1 February 2019
Associate Professor Becky Batagol & Marcia Neave explain how Banks and financial service providers are failing to adequately recognise the warning signs of economic abuse and family violence experienced by customers.
14 January 2019
Pro Bono Australia speaks with Anna Skarbek, CEO of ClimateWorks Australia on how to reduce emissions and take advantage of technology to stop climate change.
2 January 2019
Associate Professor Peter Bragge speaks with ABC News Breakfast about the behavioural science behind the addiction and dangers of using mobile phones when driving.