Jules Peck –
In order to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, businesses will have to understand that incremental shifts in their operating models won't be enough. A complete overhaul is needed, says Jericho Chambers co-founder Jules Peck.
Alan Pears –
At around the same time as December's Paris climate summit, Australia unveiled a National Energy Productivity Plan. RMIT senior industry fellow Alan Pears explains what this is, and how Australia can achieve it.
Michael Meyer –
Today’s plunging oil prices will benefit a few, but the pain will be earth-shaking for many others, says Michael Meyer, dean of the Graduate School of Media and Communications at Aga Khan University.
Singapore, along with 194 other nations, has adopted a global agreement to jointly tackle climate change. This is no easy feat, as reducing our environmental footprint will involve changing our mindsets and habits as well as overcoming technological hurdles.
Pension funds, insurance companies and other investors who manage trillions of dollars have an enormous opportunity to change the future by investing in clean energy, says Ceres senior director Peyton Fleming.
The European Union's reliance on foreign oil imports is both an economic and national security risk, says former Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen. Renewable energy can reduce the region's energy vulnerability.
The report addresses the challenging question of what conditions are required for structural transformation, driven by technological change, in order to drive sustained growth and inclusiveness, while avoiding environmental degradation.
This year the Sustainable Business Australia 'Smart Business in Action' (SBiA) Summits convened more than 175 sustainability leaders across Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne to hear speakers talk on business and ...