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Wanted: A political leader with a vision for a sustainable future

28 August 2013 | Helen Camakaris* This article first appeared in The Conversation on 28 August 2013. A sustainable future remains within our grasp but – thanks to the way human brains work – only governments can implement many of … Continue reading

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Don’t trust your Stone Age brain: it’s unsustainable

by Helen Camakaris, Honorary Fellow, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Melbourne First published 29 August 2012 by The Conversation. Posted on Climate Tasmania 18 October 2012. Cognitive dissonance is that uncomfortable feeling we have when we know we … Continue reading

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