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A growing number of economists are predicting a US recession is on the cards, which could lead to a recession in Australia and globally.

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The nature repair market is sold as a good news story: willing land managers benefiting nature with support from the private sector. But if offsets are part of it, the reality could be very different.

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The budget earmarked worthwhile climate measures, but many are piecemeal. Amid record-breaking extreme weather in Australia, federal spending on climate action still falls well short.

UNSW research translation expo

One hundred life-changing UNSW innovations and capabilities were exhibited at the inaugural UNSW Research Translation Expo held on Tuesday 25 October at the Roundhouse.

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Journalists and business leaders need to be careful about misleading others when broadcasting research findings, says UNSW Business School academic. 

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It's becoming clearer that climate change can have devastating impacts on economies. What can we expect in the upcoming 2022-23 federal budget to minimise this? 

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Many people with disability – who are at increased risk of illness and death from COVID – continue to isolate at home to avoid infection and are effectively shut out of society.

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Yes, the new threatened species plan is better. But it’s nowhere near enough to actually prevent Australian species from dying out.

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More Australians are now taking on a second job to relieve cost of living pressures. But is the extra money worth the amount of time (and tax) it takes up? UNSW Business School experts explain.  

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UNSW has academic experts available to comment on the federal government budget announcements in October.

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