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Climate change

Handling the ‘pariah’ policy of climate change

Many agencies integrate disaster and climate “resilience” into their policies, programs and asset management. But that doesn’t mean Australia is any closer to deciding on let alone committing to a long-term policy for handling climate change, says Verona Burgess. Read More

Food, climate change and national security

Climate change and food security are two inextricable issues for the modern international community, and Australians can add help resolve them through world-class research and innovation, says Frances Adamson. Read More

Tom Burton: plan B needed for possible Trump meltdown

An unpredictable US administration and a volatile domestic political environment suggest it is time for countries like Australia to have well formed contingencies in case things unravel in dangerous ways for the world economy and key strategic relationships. Read More