Opinion

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How is family housing property reshaping welfare regimes?

While intergenerational inequalities have become more pronounced in recent years, they also appear to have reinforced intergenerational cooperation and the revival of the family as a provider of welfare and…

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Stacking the business case for biophilic urbanism

This article highlights key findings from an Environmental Economics PhD study recently completed by Queensland University of Technology’s Dr Omniya el-Baghdadi.

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How data can create better places for people

I have been concerned at the lack of quality data used in shaping critical planning strategies for our cities and regions around Australia.

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How six women leaders would build the future

One year has passed since the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030 (SDGs) were decided upon in New York. The core aims and objectives of the 17 SDGs are to eradicate poverty,…

We make project growth visible, yet what of the critical human component to all projects – skills?

Skills, strategy and investing in the vineyard

On 19 February 1879, construction began on Melbourne’s Royal Exhibition Building. On 28 July 1923, it was the Sydney’s Harbour Bridge’s turn.

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How legal avenues are re-framing corporate purpose

A number of sustainability advocates will come together next week at the Purpose 2016 conference in Sydney to discuss legal avenues to accelerate more ethical corporate governance in Australia –…

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The power of capital in a post-Trump world

If you believe in climate change action, human rights and progressive politics, these are tough times. This year alone, we have seen a race to the bottom on asylum-seeker policy;…