[csaa-forum] beyond the coal rush
Devleena.Ghosh at uts.edu.au
Tue Aug 23 14:17:12 ACST 2016
Tune in to ‘Beyond the Coal Rush’ radio series, Radio National Science Show from Saturday 27 August.
Based on the results of a U Sydney and UTS research project, Beyond the Coal Rush explores the global contest over the future of coal through the eyes of communities on 3 continents.
Beyond the Coal Rush" is a radio series written and produced by Tom Morton, for the Science Show and the ARC Discovery Project The Coal Rush and Beyond.
(Dr) Devleena Ghosh
Director, UTS-IOSARN (Indian Ocean and South Asia Research Network) www.iosarn.com<http://www.iosarn.com/>
Research Coordinator, School of Communication
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