Festival of Ideas

Join the University of Melbourne on their prospective exploration of a greener future with some leading industry authorities giving their opinion on what the world will look like in 2033.
Where: University of Melbourne and the Sidney Myer Asia Centre, Melbourne, Vic.
When: Wednesday 2 October, 2013.
Cost: Free.
Click here for more information.


It's a flying shame

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

With greenies taking stock of every aspect of living, Greg Foyster wonders why our love of flying is still never spoken of.


7 tips for going solar

Monday, 9 July 2012

We love our sunburnt country, but many homeowners feel they lack the know-how to switch to solar. Here’s our top tips to make it all just that little bit easier.


Applied Energy Efficiency course - Carbon Training International

Friday, 3 February 2012

Carbon Training International (CTI) is the developer of Australia's first nationally accredited workplace qualifications in carbon management. This course will help you understand the various energy efficiency opportunities available, as well as prepare you to build the business case to drive initiatives across your organisation that will deliver tangible business benefits. This short course is based on 1 of the 12 accredited units which make up the Certificate IV in Carbon Management.

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Clean energy reality with carbon tax passed

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Today, the carbon tax was passed through parliament in Australia. G shares the opinions of some high profile movers and shakers with you.


Certificate IV in Carbon Management - Carbon Training International

Friday, 16 September 2011

Learn about carbon management and become well-placed to take advantage of the opportunities within a changing economy. Carbon Training International (CTI) are Australia's first nationally accredited workplace qualifications in carbon management. Bridging the skills gap in carbon management, CTI intend to build a carbon-responsive workforce through Certificates III and IV in Carbon Management and NGER Auditor Compliance Training.

Mad Men on fast trains

Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) and Harry Crane (Rich Sommer), of the hit series Mad Men, sit down in 1965 to discuss trains and why we need them.

Trains get you where you want to go, more directly than planes too. We can't wait another decade to move forward on high speed rail. The future is now. Find out how you can help support the cause at


Bugs & insects on the menu

Thursday, 16 September 2010

1,400 species of insects are eaten by humans in over 90 countries. And, in fact, insects may offer a solution to our coming food and climate challenges. Patrick Durst, from the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation, makes an interesting case for munching on creepy crawlies.

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Business, Abbott and carbon futures

Friday, 14 October 2011

With the carbon legislation passed through the lower house this week, business are in planning mode.

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