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Sustainable cities are equitable cities

Habitat III will have important things to say about urbanisation, but there can be little confidence it will have an impact in Australia. It may seem obvious that most people live in cities, but it’s actually been true for less … Continue reading

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Climate change demands an educational re-think

If we’re to make headway in reducing carbon emissions, we need to help our young people develop the resources they need for this long-term task. In the process we will all find many rewards. Continue reading

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