Energy: the grand challenge for humanity »

Professor Brian Schmidt:   “Energy, and understanding how to provide the world’s people with abundant and inexpensive energy, is the key factor that is going to make or break society’s ability to deal with the challenge of living sustainably on planet earth.”  Professor Brian Schmidt is Nobel Laureate, spokesperson for the Mainau Declaration on Climate Change and Vice Chancellor of ANU from 1 December 2016. This short video also includes commentary from: Ian Cronshaw of the International Energy...

In conversation: Prof Steven Chu (video) »

Nobel laureate and former US Energy Secretary Steven Chu never wanted to get into politics but he laid the ground for an historic climate change deal between the US and China in 2014.

Frank Fenner Building certified greenest building in the ACT »

The ACT’s greenest building, which houses the ANU Energy Change Institute, has been unveiled at The Australian National University (ANU). The Frank Fenner Building, which hosts the Fenner School of Environment and Society and the ANU Climate Change Institute, has been formally presented with a 6 Star Green Star rating certificate, for both design and construction. It is the first building in Canberra to receive 6 Star Green Star ratings for both design and construction. Originally opened in...

Professor Thomas Faunce presented on global artificial photosynthesis for a sustainable world »

Professor Thomas Faunce presented on the innovative approaches to distinct scientific and policy challenges, including not only light harvesting, electron transport and catalysis, but those related to international trade and investment law.


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