17 January 2014 | How did climate change action ‐ once ‘the greatest moral, economic and social challenge of our time’ − become political poison? When (and why) did we fall from the giddy heights of the Kyoto Protocol signing, and the rise of emissions reduction schemes around the globe, back to suspicion and resignation?
06 December 2013 | So how is The Guardian, Australia's latest source of news and current affairs, faring? How does it fit in with Australia’s media culture? What is the plan for success? And how does this organisation maintain its independence?
05 December 2013 | Jonathan Green uses events from the 2013 election campaign, and elsewhere in current Australian politics, to examine this time of change we are living through and the ideas nibbling at our traditional political structures.
02 December 2013 | Innovation is about much more than taking Australian inventions to market. Australia needs to capture opportunities in the global innovation system, and adopt and adapt innovations from elsewhere.
27 November 2013 | This panel of international and Australian migration experts discussed critical issues, including: people smuggling and trafficking, irregular migration and asylum seeking, 'brain drain' and the emigration of skilled migrants from developing countries, and remittances.
22 November 2013 | Drawing on research and fieldwork conducted for his latest book Forgotten War, acclaimed historian and writer Henry Reynolds outlines the depth and breadth of violence and conflict between white colonists and Aborigines, in Australia’s own forgotten frontier wars.
04 October 2013 | Chris Masters discusses the relationship between the Australian Defence Force and the media. Journalists at the front are recording history; but how effectively do they really function as historians?