Charlie Williams

An RMIT journalism student and (at this stage) writing hobbyist

About Me

I'm a third-year journalism student at RMIT. Eager outdoorsman and zealous picker-upper of new things. 

My Passions

Being an avid reader from an early age, I've developed an interest across a wide range of topics. But, global politics and environmental issues have always garnered most of my attention and thought. 

I Believe

For me, writing is the best means to explore the nuance in our world. It has always been a medium through which I can understand and appreciate something better than any amount of reading could allow.

Get in Touch

You can email me at: charlie.williams3@icloud.com. Or feel free to call me for a chat at: 0421 501 671

Articles

Warfare Reimagined

In February 2019, the city of Bangalore hosted its biennial air show and aviation exhibition Aero India. Thousands flocked to witness the aeronautical feats of F-16 pilots and intricate formations of helicopter squadrons. Static aircraft hung from wires and pillars throughout the interior of the Yelahanka Air Force Station, the products of over 400 defence contractors and aerospace companies. In amongst the bustle of military personnel and imposing aircraft, one could be forgiven for overlooki

IPCC Report Puts Pressure on Morrison to Update Climate Policy

On August 9 the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released their sixth assessment report. The cumulative work of 234 scientists across 66 countries, is the most extensive report ever made on the climate system and climate change. As wildfires, floods and disease inundate many parts of the world and garner a larger focus in world news, the IPCC Assessment breaks down the weather events being seen today and forecasts what we can expect to see in the near future. The projected inc

Power stays in palm of gas industry — The Swanston Gazette

As Australians began their lengthy hibernation under lockdown, a crisis briefly forgotten was beginning to show signs of alleviation. The swift shutdown of the world economy had caused global greenhouse gas emissions to fall by 17 percent resulting in impressive air pollutant drops in areas such as Wuhan and the North-East United States. A reduction of human traffic also saw a return of wildlife to areas typically nature-free, as deer began grazing London lawns and pumas strolled through downt