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Company directors face crucial considerations on climate

David Ritter, Tuesday, 7th September 2021 -  As an 18-year-old school striker vies for a place on AGL’s board, David Ritter reflects on the responsibilities that fall to board directors when it comes to the climate crisis and

Meet the Melbourne student getting ready to address the AGL board

Nikki Stefanoff, Monday, 30th August 2021 -  18-year-old Ashjayeen Sharif is an arts student, a climate activist and now a contender for a seat on the board of AGL, Australia’s biggest greenhouse gas emitter. Melbourne University

Exposing Australia’s biggest climate polluter

David Ritter, Tuesday, 11th May 2021 -  Planning to get around to doing something in 2048 is not “hard work” – it is obscene corporate laziness for which we will all suffer, writes Greenpeace CEO David Ritter in this article

Becoming an agent of systems change

David Ritter, Thursday, 25th March 2021 -  Shifting major institutions to using only clean electricity is a highly effective way of delivering systems change, writes David Ritter, who thanks all the technicians and decision-makers

‘The most important business story of the last 100 years’

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 10th March 2021 -  Beyond Zero tells the story of Interface and the company’s visionary founder Ray Anderson who led them on a quest to stop all negative environmental impacts by 2020. We sat down with

Whatever happens in the US elections, the work ahead does not change

David Ritter, Thursday, 5th November 2020 -  It is time to think about the most effective thing that each of us can do next, according to our capacity, power and ability to leave the world a better place, writes David Ritter. If there

So, what’s the plan, prime minister?

David Ritter, Wednesday, 8th July 2020 -  David Ritter considers what Scott Morrison has in store for everyone who will be alive in 2040, and puts forward a vision of what the country could look like if we change course. It is

For the immensity of the sea

Contributor, Wednesday, 29th January 2020 -  A new cross-sector initiative is developing a collective and distinctively Indian response to the climate crisis, writes Shloka Nath. My father has often said if I want to build a

Why Canada’s environmental charities are afraid to talk about climate change during the election

Contributor, Monday, 9th September 2019 -  Elections Canada is muzzling public outreach by charities about the climate crisis, just when it has never been more urgent for the public to understand it, writes environmental

Predictions for 2018: Impact Investing

Daniel Madhavan, Thursday, 25th January 2018 -  Daniel Madhavan, the CEO of Impact Investment Group, shares the “really” big themes he sees playing out for impact investing this year, as part of a series of 2018 predictions from

Australia’s ‘Climate Roundtable’ Could Unite Old Foes

Lina Caneva, Tuesday, 30th June 2015 -  Climate policy is in the media again, but this time it might be different as disparate groups join together at the Australian Climate Roundtable to discuss policy principles, writes

Climate Funds Bypassing Poorest Nations: Oxfam Report

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 6th October 2010 -  The poorest people who need the most help to adapt to a changing climate are largely being bypassed by the small amount of climate funds currently being disbursed, according to a new…
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