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As part of the ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE Festival, David Karoly, Professor of Atmospheric Science at the University of Melbourne, and Ruth Fincher AM, Professor of Geography at the University of Melbourne, will be leading ‘Baby it’s hot outside!’, a sell-out, interactive event set in the future when the effects of climate change are dramatic.

A team of twelve University of Melbourne architecture students, with the support of the MacDonnell Regional Council, have travelled to the remote Indigenous communities of Areyonga and Amoonguna in the Northern Territory to build much-needed sheltering structures alongside the local communities.

University of Melbourne architecture students have designed and built a neonatal centre in Papua New Guinea (PNG) that addresses the importance of sanitation in reducing mortality rates. 

In the last episode of Visions for 2014, we take a closer look at the University's newest building, the new home of the Melbourne School of Design, which officially opens this week after years of planning, an international design competition, and many stages of construction.  Sustainability is a key focus of the building, both in its construction and in its purpose, as a space to teach future architects. 

The University of Melbourne’s newest building, Melbourne School of Design, to house the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning has been launched today.

Australian councils are being urged to take up new guidelines in green urban planning to create cooler cites with greener landscapes to reduce the risk of heat stress.

Cars can travel approximately 10 times further than public transport in 20 minutes, a report undertaken by the University of Melbourne has found.

A group of university researchers are helping stop the exodus of qualified women from the architecture industry.

University of Melbourne architecture students have designed and built innovative outdoor living spaces with a remote Indigenous community of in the Northern Territory township of Titjikala

Highly regarded environmentalist, Don Henry has been appointed as a Public Policy Fellow at the University of Melbourne.

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