Birdwatching increased tenfold last lockdown. Don’t stop, it’s a huge help for bushfire recovery
Many Victorians returning to stage three lockdown will be looking for ways to pass the hours at home. And some will be turning to birdwatching.
What’s next? Six reasons to study VE
The world is rapidly changing around us, and now more than ever people are (re)thinking their careers. Do you need to upskill or reskill? Here’s six reasons why studying VE could be perfect for you.
Five ways we can reimagine our streets for our health
As families embrace the joys of walking and cycling in their neighbourhoods, how can we use the shake-up from coronavirus as an opportunity to keep this going for our own and our children’s health?
Melbourne tower lockdowns unfairly target already vulnerable public housing residents
The public housing hard lockdown is the product of a punitive housing system whose residents have been neglected for decades.
New Research Hub to tackle global waste crisis
A major new Australian Research Council (ARC) Industrial Transformation Research Hub will focus on reducing landfill waste and transforming reclaimed waste into new materials for use in construction and other manufacturing sectors.
Lockdown returns: how far can coronavirus measures go before they infringe on human rights?
Ten “hot spot” postcodes in Melbourne’s suburbs have gone back into Stage 3 coronavirus lockdown. Legal and justice system expert Stan Winford looks at how far the measures can go before infringing on human rights.
Australia’s international partnerships in time of uncertainty
With the focus on economic recovery, Trump, Brexit and Australia’s trade negotiations with Europe and the United Kingdom are all reshaping our future.
RMIT leads new renewable energy deal
In partnership with the City of Melbourne, RMIT is leading a group of Melbourne universities and businesses to source wind energy produced in regional Victoria.