Faced with the crisis of a global pandemic, for the first time in more than a decade Australia has had evidence-based, bipartisan policy-making. Can we do the same for the climate?
Most clinical trials do not conduct even a cursory examination of sex differences in safety or efficacy, so why do we continue to relegate women into the background?
Can a world where each of us know how to listen, respond, and be present for each other during times of crisis exist?
Considering the multitude of benefits nature provides cities, why is it so hard to add more green to our urban fabric?
Are Anzac biscuits our strongest symbol of survival and resilience?
What happens when teamwork doesn’t make the dreamwork?
Do you lie awake at night worrying about volcano eruptions, asteroid impacts, global pandemics, evil robots, or nuclear warfare? What can we do today to prepare for the unimaginable?
Our increasing intrusion into the natural world is creating strange new risks and endangering the future of all life. How can we think about not just surviving, but thriving in the Anthropocene?
How can we learn to deal with the unexpected? And how can we teach the skills that the unexpected depends on – creativity, collaboration and never giving up?
When writing policy for public health and welfare, what changes can be made to improve the health and well being for everyone in our community?