May 4 2017: Feature in ECOS magazine - Science for sustainability - CSIRO - Since the Commonwealth Harvest Strategy Policy was introduced in 2007, Australia’s wild capture fisheries have operated under national management objectives that set “best practice” targets.
Development and population growth along Australia’s coastline places pressure on coastal resources like natural systems and infrastructure and services at a time when climate change puts even greater pressures on the nation’s coastal zone. Responses must go beyond coastal planning response into social and business arenas; and Dr Neil Lazarow argues society needs to rethink our approach. Published in ECOS - Science for sustainability
CSIRO Ecos Magazine, March 2016: Today’s energy systems will not be sufficient in 2050, and remote Australian communities are likely to bear the brunt. Scenarios workshops held in Alice Springs are helping design energy solutions for the future.
Digital marketing guru Neil Patel shares his secret for success: after making a fortune online, he realised that money can't buy family or friends. Neil still works around the clock - but has sold his home, ditched his possessions, and is trying to live a lighter life.
Emerging from the youngest child of a famine-struck family in China's rural east to become the world's first solar billionaire, Shi Zhengrong's rise, fall and rise again over the last fifty years has been a phoenix-like transformation.
The World Vision Baucau Community Economic Development Project targets around 5,000 small farmers like Teresa with training and support, so that they can become community leaders and multiply the effects of their training throughout the district.
I wrote this story for the August 2015 issue of ANZ Your World - interviewing Prof Ros Russell, who co-authored a recent report evaluating the impact of the Saver Plus program, a decade-long partnership between ANZ and the Brotherhood of St Laurence that has helped more than 23,000 Australians on a low income to develop a savings habit.