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Lyn Carson of the New Democracy Foundation discusses deliberative democracy and solving wicked problems such as climate change.
Robyn Eckersley of the University of Melbourne argues that the Anthropocene, an epoch of human-driven planetary change, should prompt us to address the lack of democratic accountability in the area of ecology and environmental protection.
The University of Melbourne's Mark Triffitt asks how Malcolm Turnbull will deliver on his promise of a 21st Century government
Professor Robyn Eckersley from the University of Melbourne argues the biggest collective action problem of all time could be tackled by deliberative democracy.
The Rt. Hon. Sir Simon Hughes argues the peace of the world may depend on curbing emissions.
The Paris climate deal shows multilateralism can work, argues the University of Melbourne's Robyn Eckersley
Peter Burdon from the Adelaide Law School asks whether democracy is fit-for-purpose to deal with climate change.
The failure to tackle climate change speaks to an overall failure of our liberal democratic system, say Travers McLeod and Mark Triffitt from the University of Melbourne.
Nancy Rosenblum of Harvard University calls for greater political imagination and sense of agency to address democracy's failings.
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