A new report released today by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon shows how 15 countries, including Australia could cut emissions in half while tripling economic output.
This year's World Cup was supposed to be the "greenest ever" with FIFA taking measures to account for the event's greenhouse gas emissions.
We've partnered with leading academic, philanthropic, government and industry partners on ground-breaking initiatives to solve some of the world’s most intransigent sustainability challenges:
Monash has been appointed to spearhead sustainable development solutions in Australia and the region. The announcement positions Monash as a global leader in sustainable development.
By partnering with Green Steps, the National Australia Bank has been able to take another step on its journey towards sustainability.
Our people are climate scientists, psychologists, behaviour change experts, engineers, economists, health practitioners, social scientists, biological scientists and more. Leaders in their own fields, they come to MSI with a passion for cross-disciplinary work and a desire to make meaningful, positive change in the world.
We work together, across specialities, institutions and time zones to find the answers to today’s most pressing sustainability questions.
MSI’s experts are working with communities across the region to solve sustainability challenges and respond to climate change.
MSI is working with the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development to link research and policy in the Koshi River Basin.