Articles with an environmental focus that spark curiosities about sustainability strategies for a changing-world.
As the 21st century’s most formidable and far-reaching threat to our planet and people, climate change has already begun to impact and influence a broad range of corporate interests in a number of ways. But while it’s fair to say certain industries will bear the brunt of its inconvenient truths, it’s also true that opportunities to overperform exist for those able to act swiftly and strategically.
The effects of human-induced climate change are becoming increasingly apparent with each passing year. Recent extremes of temperature, flooding and fire have reinforced that there is a vast amount of work to do in harnessing carbon emissions and reducing their impact on our own backyard and far beyond.
As companies become increasingly aware of the number and nature of risks and opportunities presented by a greener future, the ways in which sustainability influences their decision-making and directs their operations is shifting from sporadic and sometimes token to strategic and fundamental.
By 2050, Melbourne aims to have the most extensive urban forest in the world. A school at the University of Melbourne is helping to build the expertise so this plan can become a reality.
Evaluation is a field that can open doors across the world – just ask University of Melbourne graduate Marion Cabanes, who has a resume that spans multiple continents.
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