Suzannah Lyons

Sustainable eating involves eating food that’s good for you, good for the planet and good for your community.

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Food consumed by Indians hundreds of years ago is making a comeback as some consumers switch to sustainable cuisine variants.

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Choosing foods that are good for us, good for the planet, accessible and affordable is a complex problem to solve. But luckily, research can help.

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Insights from the natural world are helping us better understand why we overeat and how to rebalance our food system to address the problem.

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Many people don’t have a diverse enough diet to get all the micronutrients their bodies need. Could eating more native Australian foods be an answer?

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From Gaza to Ukraine to the South China Sea, international law institutions such as the ICJ and ICC are in a new era of importance.

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A US politician allegedly said the ICC was ‘built for Africa and thugs like Putin’ and in a way they were right. That might now be finally changing.

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Action from the world’s top courts against Israel and Hamas leaders proves we are in a new age of increased relevance for international law.

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The journey to justice in the international criminal court is long and complex, and the appeal to blame individuals can overlook victims’ diverse needs.

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Parliament has the power to enshrine human rights protections in federal law. Proposals are on the table.

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The spread of false information is jeopardising global health and security, prompting the need to find quick, cost-effective interventions.

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