Is Australia on the front lines of the 21st century human crisis?
Societies and cultures live there which have, for thousands of years, considered that the land itself has spirit and agency.
On the same land, Australia has built prosperity from the extractive industries, using technology to remove resources from the ground in a way which has global impact.
How can these values be reconciled? What part do science and technology centres have to play in the debate about our sustainable future?
My keynote for the ASPAC 2019 science and technology centres conference was covered in the Brisbane Times.
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