Not entirely green: Renewables, critical materials and sustainability challenges

08 Aug 2019 By Isabella Leunig, Jeffrey Wilson

The issue of climate change has become one of the most prominent issues within the political and social landscape in recent years. The development and deployment of renewable energy technologies is one of most important steps in reducing greenhouse emissions. However, renewables – whether solar, wind, or geothermal – requires significant adaptions to our energy infrastructure networks. Energy storage systems, particularly the use of grid-connected batteries, will play an important role.

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Humanising denuclearisation: Australia’s position on North Korea

14 Mar 2019 By Cheyeanne Henderson-Watkins

Despite multiple high level meetings between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un, little has been done to curb the rampant abuse taking place within the previous Hermit Kingdom’s borders.

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