Monthly Archives: November 2010

C’mon Aussie c’mon…. seriously, c’mon!!!!

I’m walking down a dusty road on the outskirts of the old citadel in Damascus, Syria. Lugging my backpack and avoiding donkeys, taxis and potholes in the road, I suddenly come across a patch of green. It’s a garden – … Continue reading

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Three new climate reports to read

With the next round of UN Climate talks beginning on Monday in the Mexican resort town of Cancun, it’s a good time to catch up on some climate-related reading. Here are three recent reports worth having a look at. I … Continue reading

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Art, Climate Change and Tipping Point Sydney

When I was a child I found a beautiful anti-whaling badge my Mum used to wear. I’ll never know who designed it, but that small, compact piece of art made an impact on me – so much so that I kept … Continue reading

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The Real Bank Job

As the eyes of the media and political classes have turned this week to the Australian banking sector, the big four banks are coming under a lot of scrutiny and pressure. There’s an opportunity in this for Australia to have … Continue reading

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