As part of its promotion of the problematic “gas-led recovery” the Australian government has been claiming gas is a lower emissions fuel when compared to coal. However, according to Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) Energy Finance Analyst Gas/LNG Bruce Robertson, this is not the case.
“Emergencies are opportunities for lasting change” – Rewiring America, therefore humankind has never faced such a great opportunity. Written by Michael Frangos
“Show your organisations how considering climate change and sustainability will open them up to working on the best projects. At this stage, it’s not really a differentiator, but more of a hygiene factor. If a company isn’t addressing climate change in some way, they’re simply making themselves irrelevant.” Written by Willow Aliento.
Staring at a brief wondering how it might look if you make climate emergency and biodiversity emergency first principles for design? According to engineers and technical staff at City of Fremantle, it’s a very positive place to start.
Written by Willow Aliento.
Sustainability is the MOST important part of any project. If your project isn’t sustainable for people and the planet, then what are you even doing?
Written by Priya Gandhi.
If Indigenous science is to take its rightful place in solving our climate and biodiversity crisis, then truth-telling must be at the forefront of our nation’s conversations.
Written by Luke Briscoe.
Don’t be deceived into thinking the Australian Engineers Declare movement is just a flag waving protest. The Declaration articulates key principles to guide real action and establish accountability for signatories. Written by Chris Buntine.
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