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PhD studentship for UK/EU students What would happen if we did not invest in renewable energy? The Department of Geography, Environment and Development Studies at Birkbeck, University of London, invites applications from suitably qualified applicants for this Good Energy-funded PhD studentship. This is a … Continue reading

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Transitions Film Festival, Melbourne, Feb 2013 Transitions Film Festival, Australia’s largest solutions-focused sustainability film festival. After 12 months of scouring the globe for the most inspirational cutting-edge sustainability documentaries, they are proud to present the 2013 festival program, featuring  a line-up of films including Matt … Continue reading

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Redressing Transboundary Environmental Harm’ by Professor René Lefeber

You are invited to an evening seminar ‘Redressing Transboundary Environmental Harm’ by Professor René Lefeber (International Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, the University of Amsterdam) hosted by the Centre for Resources, Energy and Environmental Law at the Melbourne Law School. … Continue reading

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Mining and indigenous development book featured in The Age

Paradox of plenty: boom for some, bust for others by Nigel Skelton Read more: Review of a new book by University of Melbourne staff. Edited by Marcia Langton and Judy Longbottom (eds.). 2012. Foundations for Indigenous Peoples in the … Continue reading

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Desalinisation in Australia – seminar 24 Aug ’12

Deakin University, Victoria University, and Murdoch University invite you to attend a symposium: Public Perceptions of, and Responses to, Desalination in Australia The symposium reports on findings from an 18-month research project funded by the National Centre of Excellence in … Continue reading

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