Society and Environment

Society and Environment

Food selfies show an appetite for flexible student eating spaces

Food selfies taken on campus can offer a whole new way to rethink flexible student spaces and help combat food waste, suggests a new study.

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Food selfies show an appetite for flexible student eating spaces

Food selfies taken on campus can offer a whole new way to rethink flexible student spaces and help combat food waste, suggests a new study.

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RMIT ABC Fact Check wins award for coverage of homelessness issues

RMIT ABC Fact Check has claimed a prestigious media award for its coverage of homelessness issues.

Can apocalyptic games prepare us for future sustainability threats?

What can playing apocalyptic games teach us about climate change or energy security? Urban resilience expert Dr Anthony Richardson explores how games can tackle future challenges at the global gaming festival PAX in Melbourne.

RMIT alumni in the UK fostering sustainable change

From humanitarian education to urban planning, meet two RMIT alumni based in the United Kingdom who are contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

New research centre to investigate safer automated decision-making

A major new research centre will investigate how rapidly emerging autonomous decision-making technologies can be used safely and ethically for all Australians.

Melbourne as a playable city

This Melbourne International Games Week, the playable cities project explores how technology can reconnect us to our cities and bring urban play to everyday life.

Media more important than ever as political moralities decline

The media must call out nonsense when it sees it and distil dishonest rhetoric from the debate, not contribute to it, according to RMIT’s newest Adjunct Professor, Barrie Cassidy.

Research to transform biosolid resource management

A new research centre is set to transform Australia’s biosolid use as a valuable resource, providing new practices, technologies and products for improved land management and training.

Creating exceptional student experiences to get top spot

RMIT has ranked as the number one Victorian University for student engagement in the 2020 Good Universities Guide.

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