sustainability Category

Financial traders now have carbon risk front and centre but we should remove our price on carbon?

As our own government tries to sweep carbon under the proverbial carpet the illustrious ‘capitalists’ now have carbon risk at the forefront of every deal thats made on Wall Street through their Bloomberg terminals with a new financial tool lets Wall Street calculate the climate-change risk of investments. Reported on The Atlantic “Wall Street is […]

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Impact Gaming – could Candy Crushers save the world?

I had hoped that I would get a stir from a few people on yesterdays post “Candy Crush – time sucking vampires” and luckily I did. They ranged from “what’s wrong with just having a bit of fun” to “they actually encourage the development of problem solving and application skills”. Absolutely agree but what if […]

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Building Automation to grow 60% by 2021 – don’t miss out on your share by not seeing the bigger things

An article on Sourecable that covered a report from the US that suggests the the Building Automation Systems market (BAS) is set to grow 60% to $100.8billion by 2021. A nice pot if you can get the tricks right. The article suggests that the growth will be driven by rising energy costs and demand for […]

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Green Underpants

In the recent leadership forum we were asked what we believed clients would be selecting us for in 5 years time, one of my answers was met with bewilderment and a few laughs – Green Underpants. What did I mean by Green Underpants? In the future, no wait this is right now, we will be […]

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Cundall Australia’s Bright Idea for Recycling Week

Did you know you shouldn’t put CFL bulbs in your general waste? However they can’t be included in your normal council recycling collection. 96% of bulbs end up in landfill resulting in mercury leaching into the ground and valuable resources being wasted. It is Australian National Recycling Week, which aims to bring a national focus to […]

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Crickets versus Synthetic Meat – Now is your chance to try it

I have extolled the virtues of crickets as a protein source a few times in the past, and in my extensive survey of crickets versus synthetic meat 69% of the respondents said they would rather eat cricket than synthetic meat, 19% said they would rather be turn vegetarian than eat synthetic meat and only 11% […]

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The Economic and Social Myths of Climate Sceptics

Originally posted on angusjamesgordon:
Reading the SMH this morning I came across the article on John Howard’s speech to the Global Warming Policy Foundation. What’s interesting is that the Global Warming Policy Foundation is actually a think tank skeptical about climate change. John Howard said he was agnostic on the issue. He hadn’t ruled out…

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