31 episodes

TV shows and interview series UNSW: The University of New South Wales

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    Zero Energy Buildings

    Zero Energy Buildings

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    On the Couch with Adam Liberman

    On the Couch with Adam Liberman

    Steve Offner talks with Visiting Fellow, Adam
    Liberman, about the new Graduate Diploma in Applied Intellectual
    Property that will commence in 2010.

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    On the Couch with Peter Graham

    On the Couch with Peter Graham

    Dr Peter Graham from UNSW's Faculty of the Built Environment on a sustainable building industry.

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    On the Couch with Rosemary Kayess

    On the Couch with Rosemary Kayess

    People with disabilities are the most marginalised of minorities, according to Rosemary Kayess, who is the Associate Director of the Disability Studies Research Centre. She speaks with Susi Hamilton from UNSW media about her involvement in drafting the UN Convention on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

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    Hot Seat - They Shoot Lions Don't They?

    Hot Seat - They Shoot Lions Don't They?

     

    A panel discussion for ABC-TV’s Big Ideas program presented by Dr Paul Willis, RiAus Director and ex ABC-TV “Catalyst” presenter.

    Animals are no longer safe in the wild.  Many experts now think putting a price on the heads of our most endangered species might make us value them enough to save them from extinction. Captive breeding, native pets, commercial hunting, even trade and export of mammals and reptiles... everything once anathema is on the table in the debate over the sustainable use of wildlife. 

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    Professor Mike Archer, AM, UNSW’s Evolution of Earth & Life Systems Research Group and former head of Australian Museum. 
    Greg Miles, former Kakadu ranger.
    Dr Rosie Cooney, sustainable wildlife consultant.
    Keith Leggett, Director of UNSW’s Fowlers Gap Arid Zone Research Station.



     

    Facilitator

    Dr. Paul Willis, RiAus Director.

     

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    Talking Point - Dr Kath Albury and "Sexting"

    Talking Point - Dr Kath Albury and "Sexting"

    Dr Kath Albury, from UNSW’s Journalism and Media Research Centre, discusses the rise of sexting – the sending of sexually explicit text messages – and the lasting legal repercussions for under-18 year olds.

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