by CSET Youth With the theme “Aligning Ambition and Action towards Implementing an Inclusive Energy Transition”, the 3rd Biennial Commonwealth Sustainable Energy Forum convened in London from May 24 – 26 2023. The forum sought to tackle the diverse and challenging landscape of the Commonwealth and the effort for transitioning to more sustainable energy systems, …

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by Daniel Jack The rising cost of living in Australia has resulted in many members of the Australian public experiencing significant financial struggles. Contributing to this mounting cost of living in particular, is an ever-worsening housing crisis. With an expected shortfall of 106,000 homes over the next five years, the lack of affordable housing seems …

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by Adedoyin Ajayi Across Nigeria, it is a heartbreaking, yet common phenomenon to see children tug at the hands and clothes of travelers in motor parks in a bid to get some Naira notes. Constant rejection from travelers rarely fails to dampen the resilience of these children, as they scamper about, trying to scrounge enough …

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by Adedoyin Ajayi Several years ago, AI would have been thought to be little more than robots walking in choreographed motions, grabbing you a glass of wine from your kitchen, thus saving you the agony of missing portions of your favourite TV show. However, AI is more, far more than that. Every time you make …

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by Daniel Jack Pressure mounts on Australia’s Labor government to overturn the nation’s 24-year-old prohibition on civil nuclear technology—the only G20 nation to have such a prohibition. Australia’s opposition leader Hon. Peter Dutton has recently expressed strong support for Australia to embrace nuclear energy and repeal the prohibition. During his response to the government’s recent …

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by Shannay Williams Whether we recognize it or not, most of us have interacted with artificial intelligence (AI) in some form. We’re all familiar with Google, Siri, Alexa, and the like and we’ve been using them for years with ease. So what’s changed? If you’ve been following the debate, you may have heard that just …

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