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China's renewable energy revolution
China is to invest US$360b in renewable energy by 2020 and is poised to become a world leader in the field...
The changing economics of feeding the world
A recent J.P. Morgan report looks at how climate change and population growth could affect agricultural markets...
Accounting on the wild side: Amanda Gore CA
Amanda Gore CA connects the numbers that put wildlife smugglers in the frame for all their criminal activities...
KeepCup's Abigail Forsyth on purpose beyond profit
KeepCup CEO Abigail Forsyth on why corporate social responsibility and having a purpose beyond profit matters...
Global Accounting Profession unites to target net zero emissions
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and CPA Australia are members of The Prince of Wales’ Accounting for Sustainability Accounting Bodies Network. This network represents over 2.5 million...
Accountants have a role to play in the nature crisis
Accountants have a translational role to play, to help organisations report on nature impacts and become nature positive...
China’s ban on importing plastic waste has spurred action on responsible plastic recycling, but more needs to be done...
Climate change presents business risks and opportunities
Climate change risk does not discriminate and organisations are feeling the heat...
A short timeline of the international plastic waste trade
China’s ban on plastic waste imports had a knock-on effect across Asia and hit Australia’s waste industry hard...
How Theresa Gattung built her NZ food business
Business leader Theresa Gattung shares her vision on why New Zealand and its companies and brands will continue to grow and prosper...
Why climate risks matter to business in 2018
APRA sets a new green horizon...
Why China’s rubbish ban could change everything
The rising cost of taking out the trash will be a major challenge for corporate finance leaders in the short term...