Monthly Archives: September 2020

How the pandemic is redefining leadership

Leaders are being called on to justify their mantle; some are being found wanting In their hearts, all but the most hidebound members of Australia’s political and economic high command must know by now that the old days are gone. … Continue reading

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Endless summers, endless wildfires

If leaders can’t get their heads around the wildfire-climate link, we had better prepare for many more nasty summers When I was a child the time between September and the summer holidays was an eternity. Now the months, seasons and … Continue reading

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A few hybrids don’t make a transport transition policy

Peter Gutwein is proud of his hybrid vehicles, but where’s his real solution to transport emissions? The wheels of government move slowly, but they do move. After more than six years in power and many claims of global climate leadership, … Continue reading

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