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Do we need a new discipline to bring more focus to the changing nature of work: the types of jobs we'll see more of in the future, where they'll likely be located, and their other characteristics?
by Ross Elliott - 31/01/2020 - 7 comments
Australia's population is expanding by around 400,000 people annually - the equivalent of adding another Canberra-worth of people every 12 months.
by William Rutan - 23/01/2020 - 53 comments
Almost 100% of us believe that more – and cheaper – public transport is a key to solving congestion. Which we hope will mean we can all get around more conveniently in our cars.
by Ross Elliott - 10/01/2020 - 21 comments
Entering a new decade in 2020, can Australia improve its economic, social and environmental policy mix at time of unprecedented policy difficulties?
by Chris Lewis - 8/01/2020 - 2 comments
In the 2000-2008 drought desalination plants were the
by Charles Essery - 30/12/2019 - 63 comments
Neglect in favor of industrialization hamstrings an important industry
by Murray Hunter - 10/12/2019 - 1 comment
Our rates of growth are similar to Chinese mega cities like Shanghai or Beijing, and well ahead of comparably productive, profitable cities of the west with qualities we often seek to emulate.
by Ross Elliott - 28/11/2019 - 14 comments
Back in the 1930's, the construction of these barrages was opposed by many South Australian graziers and fishers.
by Brendan O'Reilly - 15/11/2019 - 12 comments
What happens if over 40 years, the best and the brightest minds leave a city; if laziness, nepotism and incompetence rules?
by Malcolm King - 6/11/2019 - 18 comments
Despite the significant death toll attributable annually to a range of emergency events Australia’s national emergency management priorities are completely distorted by fear-based perceptions of terrorism.
by Bill Calcutt - 18/10/2019 - 10 comments
Riffkin argued that much as oil had transformed the 20th century, so hydrogen could be just as revolutionary in the 21st.
by Keith Suter - 16/10/2019 - 15 comments
Grid managers warn power transmission and distribution infrastructure increasingly can't cope. Anybody watching PocketNEM knows how frantically they are paddling.
by Geoff Carmody - 15/10/2019 - 11 comments

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