A UNSW report considers China’s children affected by migration and climate change, and the necessary social policy reforms required to protect their rights.
A UNSW creative producer is harnessing the cultural differences and parallels between China and Australia to produce innovative new urban media.
The first food-growing space for the University has been launched for students and staff with a green thumb.
Dr Gloria Pignatta is a Scientia Fellow at UNSW Built Environment. She designs advanced technologies and passive strategies to improve building energy efficiency and mitigate the urban heat island phenomenon in a changing climate.
International leader in disaster and conflict recovery Brett Moore explores the topic of global humanitarian displacement and the challenges faced by refugees in an urban environment.
There are currently more recorded refugees than any point in history, most of whom live in cities that are not equipped to handle their unique experiences and needs.
Professor David Sanderson is applying his background in humanitarian response and management, to address the needs of people in the most vulnerable areas of the world.
The release of a key Red Cross report at UNSW Sydney highlighted the risk to low-income communities in the Asia-Pacific.
Globally renowned engineer Jo da Silva will share her experiences of humanitarian crises and empowering communities to reduce their vulnerability to powerful destructive forces.
UNSW Built Environment will host the inaugural Urban Resilience Asia Pacific Conference, which will explore how vulnerable communities can prepare for natural disasters and climate change.