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From Shopping Bags to Steel old


UNSW's Professor Veena Sahajwalla has invented a technology which substitutes up to 30 percent of coke and coal with polyethylene waste plastic, thereby reducing land?lls and producing a win for the environment.

Global Warming: How to Win the Argument About Climate Change

By Knowledge@ASB

With a carbon tax proposed to come into effect in mid-2012, the loud voices of Australia's climate change sceptics are again on the rise, highlighting the disconnect between the scientific community and the public and media perception of the damage...

Museum of Human Disease career interviews

By Bridget Murphy

This is a collection of short interviews with people who work and study in the School of Medical Sciences at the University of New South Wales. These videos are suitable for high school students, who want to find out more about the range of careers available in the medical sciences.

James Wilmot

By Wenes Gunawan

Interview with James Wilmot

Bachelor of Science (Nanotechnology)

By Science@UNSW

This degree program is designed to give you training across a wide range of science and technology disciplines with close links to innovative research programs undertaken at UNSW. For further information please refer to

Paul Ehrlich - Population, Environment, and the Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere - EXCERPT


As our population passes the 7 Billion mark Prof Paul Ehrlich warns against the "myths" of limitless population and economic growth.

SAGE GIS Brochure.pdf

By Chris Rizos

This brochure describes the new Bachelor of Engineering (Geoinformation Systems) program at the UNSW School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems.

2013 Jack Beale Lecture: Dr David Suzuki


Dr David Suzuki presents the 2013 Jack Beale Lecture on the Global Environment, on the topic of Imagining a sustainable future: foresight over hindsight.

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