• 13 July 2023

    Australia and the world need a new economic and social paradigm that prioritises people and the planet.

    Katherine Trebeck

  • 7 July 2023

    Australia can be a leader in sustainable business and contribute to a greener and more socially responsible future by developing strategic supports, incentives, stricter regulations and collaboration platforms for small and medium enterprises.

    Youqing Fan

  • 4 July 2023

    A passive approach to emerging artificial intelligence technologies could generate significant social problems – but “mission economy” and “just transition” approaches to AI can unlock a better, more inclusive future.

    Jack Isherwood

  • 20 June 2023

    Policymakers should prioritise the risks of inequality, a loss of creativity and self-interested manipulation when thinking about AI.

    Jenny Gordon

  • 24 May 2023

    In the face of global warming and the limited capacity of renewables, Australia squandered its hydrogen opportunity. What can we do to catch up on the clean energy transition?

    Kondo-Francois Aguey-Zinsou

  • 2 May 2023

    Policymakers can empower communities to contribute to greater energy efficiency and resilience by applying a “just transition” lens to new technologies such as community battery storage.

    Jack Isherwood

  • 28 April 2023

    Putting First Nations people in the driver’s seat of community development isn’t just the right thing to do – it delivers better outcomes too.

    Jasmine Miller and Colina Reuben

  • 26 April 2023

    Policymakers should draw on Australian and international lessons from prescribing cannabis to implement effective regulation for the medicinal use of MDMA and psilocybin.

    Jack Wilson, Emily Stockings, and Maree Teesson