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Managing the transition to a sustainable economy needs to be planned and swift. This workshop will bring together leading academics from a range of fields, such as engineering, psychology and economics, to better understand the challenges faced by contemporary policymakers in creating a new energy economy that must inevitably emerge in the face of global.
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11 August 2015: Responsible investment assets form an ever greater portion of the country’s investment industry reaching $630 billion of assets and showing no signs of slowing down. Launched today, the new report from the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA), the most comprehensive review of the responsible investment sector in Australia (now in its 14th year),.
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Julia Thornton discusses constructively framing a low-carbon future and climate change in conversations, business, policy and the media. Reproduced with permission from Dissent Magazine (Australia), Summer 2009/2010 1: What is going on? Climate change is complex. Taking the idea of climate change and making it into a clear picture of how you and I will live.
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Nominations are now open for the 2015 Premier’s Sustainability Awards, which showcase the work of Queenslanders who are setting best-practice benchmarks in environmental performance with Queensland councils encouraged to nominate their energy, water and waste saving projects to be recognised for outstanding innovation that results in reduced environmental impact. Applications for the sustainability awards are open.
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9 June 2015, Amsterdam. GRI, pioneer of the sustainability reporting process, has unveiled plans to expand its scope to catalyze the next era of sustainability reporting. These plans include a focus on four strategic priorities as well as a new brand to support this strategy. GRI already provides the world’s most trusted and widely used.
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16 June 2015: As global pressure builds and the government considers its post 2020 climate targets this week, a diverse and unprecedented alliance of more than 50 civil society groups are calling on parliamentarians to commit to zero carbon pollution in Australia by 2050 at the latest. In an open letter released today, the groups state.
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