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Sustainable Development Practices in the Australian Football League

I thought I would take a look at some of the sustainable practices in Australian sport, particularly with a focus on the Western Bulldogs. As most of you are aware I have been working for the Bulldogs for nearly three

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Major changes start with small contributions: the Sustainable Printer

I want to introduce you to a Belgian company, named ‘the Sustainable Printer’, that could be an inspiring example for many other companies. Before 2004, the printing company struggled with lots of energy use. The CEO, Ignace Wills, started to

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The End of Poverty

Concerned with the legacy of environmental threats and depleted resources that we are leaving to this and future generations, including my two children aged 7 and 5 years old, I came across an excerpt of the book The End of

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Call of the Wild

Call of the Wild – a satirical view of Australian ecological economics.

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