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Seminar Series

Below is a list of recent research seminars hosted by the CRCS on behalf of the School of Business and Governance.

Past Seminars:

A/P Mireia Guix 'The process of sustainability reporting in international hotel groups: an analysis of stakeholder inclusiveness, materiality and responsiveness'

Dr Jessie Smart 'Food security in an urban future: Urban agriculture on the Zambian Copperbelt'

Dr Peter Devereux 'Volunteering, civic engagement and the UN Sustainable Development Goals: seeking common ground between national and international agendas to achieve sustainable development'

Dr Naser Al Alziyadat 'Organisational Ethical Decision Making in Islamic Financial Institutions: A Conceptual Approach'

A/Prof Ross Gordon 'Energy + Illawarra: An interdisciplinary energy efficiency social marketing programme'

Dr John Davis 'Inexhaustible human creativity and ingenuity in a bounded world'

Neville Ellis 'Governing for climate change in the Western Australian wheatbelt: A dialogue'

d'Arcy Lunn 'Australian Aid and the new Global Goals - Being a Good Global Citizen'

Prof Rene Schmidpeter 'Sustainable management: European perspectives'

During a week of action on campus 19-23 October the CRCS hosted a number of talks under the banner 'Transition to a Postcarbon Society'
Pricing carbon by fee and dividend - Citizens reclaiming democracy and a liveable world
Presenter: Rod Mitchell (Citizens' Climate Lobby, Australia)

Divestment and the transition to a postcarbon society
Presenters: Dr Peta Bowden, Maureen Flynn and Raya Stanton (350.org)