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From climate change to peak oil and food security, our societies are confronted with many serious challenges that, if left unresolved, will threaten the well-being of present and future generations, and the natural world. This website is dedicated to discussion of those challenges and potential solutions based on rigorous scientific evidence and objective scholarly analysis.
Our goal is to provide a platform for re-examining some of the assumptions we make about our technological, social and economic systems. The posts on this site are generally written by domain experts, specialists and scholars with an interest in these problems and we hope they will generate informed and constructive debate. We will archive seminal papers and posts for future reference.
Prof Stephan Lewandowsky (School of Psychology, University of Western Australia)
Prof Glenn Albrecht (School of Sustainability, Murdoch University)
Asst Prof Mark Edwards (Business School, University of Western Australia)
Assoc Prof David Hodgkinson (Law School, University of Western Australia)
Prof Carmen Lawrence (School of Psychology, University of Western Australia)
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Shapingtomorrowsworld was made possible by seed funding from the University of Western Australia, Curtin University, and Murdoch University.