The uptake of electric vehicles in Australia has been slow, with a lack of government incentives being blamed. But the number of charging stations available is about to increase thanks to Monash University and some local councils. SYBILLA GROSS reports.
An Inconvenient Sequel bookends a dramatic, politically deadly, and yet unsolved debate on national climate policy that has raged since An Inconvenient Truth came out in 2006. Mojo’s environment editor, JACKSON PECK, reports
Where should a graduate journalist start out? HANNAH HILL talks to the experts, in the second in a series that grew out of a Monash journalism study tour to leading international newsrooms in Hong Kong.
What will it take to forge a career in journalism into the future? In the first of a Mojo series that emerged from a journalism study trip to Hong Hong, JAMES MANTON talked to some industry heavyweights to find out.
The MONSU Queer department has been revived, and its leaders are working hard to strengthen it. MEG HILL reports.
Leave No-One Behind, a competition to address inequality, has challenged student entrepreneurs from Monash University to propose a social business capable of making a real world impact. CONOR ROSS reports
Universities are facing huge funding cuts under the Turnbull Government’s higher education reform plans, with Monash facing the biggest cuts of all. Shivé Prema spoke to Monash students.
The follow-up to Al Gore’s award-winning 2006 documentary An Inconvenient Truth is on release in Australia, and this time it’s a call for action. JASMINE SHEPARD reviews the highly anticipated film.
Monash University’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor has walked out on students after a fiery panel discussing a report on the alarmingly high rates of sexual harassment on campus
It’s WinterFest this week at Monash University, a week-long winter carnival for students. But this year’s celebrations were a little different: the event has been entirely carbon neutral. SELBY STEWART reports.