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“Changing the world” no joke
On a challenging day, Kristin Raman and her colleagues sometimes joke that it’s tough changing the world.
Rising to the challenge
Professor Andy Lowe, Interim Director, Environment Institute, gives a brief snapshot of the vital environmental research – and actions – underway at our University.
Meeting the challenge
Climate change presents one of the most significant global challenges facing society, necessitating a collective and comprehensive response.
The (sustainable) future of the planet
Sustainability – of our planet, and all life on it – is the subject of intense global conversation and research.
Creative writing: The last polar bear
On a forty-nine-degree summer day, 8,000 miles from the North Pole, the last polar bear arrives in Adelaide.
Volunteers in the wild
While volunteers may not be the first thing that come to mind when you think of the University of Adelaide, their work can be found across all facets of daily life on campus and beyond.
Love affair with disaster movies
Films about the end of the world have always been big business, but why are we so drawn to them?
Wine review: Montepulciano
Sue Bastian reviews a lesser known wine variety suitable for our State now and into the cellar of the future.
A wine by many other names...
Alumna Briony Hoare is a winemaker focused on the future of sustainable wine production.
Book review: Childhood
A Review of Shannon Burns’ Childhood, by Jennifer Rutherford and Brian Castro.