News Centre archive
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Climate change an election issue for western Sydney constituencies, says Western Sydney University
Young voters in western Sydney constituencies are not waiting for conventional politics to catch up. Climate change is one issue where they can lead.
Education for sustainability students rally in support of climate action
Students in Education for Sustainability raised awareness for global warming, affordable energy, waste management and sustainability issues at the Sustainability Expo.
Western to host global leaders in human rights education
Western Sydney University will host hundreds of Australian and international leaders in human rights education from more than 50 countries at the 9th International Conferences on Human Rights Education (ICHRE).
Western Sydney community comes together for inaugural Greening Day
Community groups in Western Sydney came together today for Western Sydney University’s inaugural ‘Greening Day’ to encourage Aussies to plant more in urban areas.
Ideas of home and ownership in Australia might explain the neglect of renters’ rights
In Australia, when we think of home, we think of ownership. This normalisation of home ownership is reflected in the “Great Australian Dream”, the belief that it’s the best way to achieve financial security.
Your poo is (mostly) alive. Here’s what’s in it.
If you’ve ever thought your poo is just a bunch of dead cells, think again. Most of it is alive, teeming with billions of microbes. Here’s what studies in healthy adults reveal makes up our poo.