Climate security in the Indo-Pacific: a systematic review of governance challenges for enhancing regional climate resilience

The CASPR Group has published a new peer-reviewed article in the journal Climatic Change. The paper shares key findings on the challenges impacting climate security in the Indo-Pacific – a crucial issue in the conversation around enhancing climate resilience. Climate security is a growing focus of researchers investigating the impacts Read more…

Does ‘formal’ stakeholder consultation influence the outcome of Australian food regulatory policy?

An article recently published in the Health Promotion International journal reports on work conducted by Flinders and Deakin University researchers that examined the food regulatory decision-making process in Australia. The national policy on the voluntary fortification of foods and drinks with vitamins and minerals developed between 2002 and 2012, was used as a case study to understand the best means for public health professionals to effectively engage Read more…

Podcasts, pedagogy and public sociology

I am inspired by critical pedagogies, informal education models and I enjoy experimenting with teaching styles that promote democratic dialogue and independent enquiry rather than me delivering another monologue. With these things in mind, I decided to create a publicly available podcast as the central piece of content for the new unit. In my last episode, I interviewed Cassandra Star about climate justice and environmental security.