Three Predictions for 2018
If you are going to be a forecaster, you need to forecast everything, often.
The Landscape Architect: The Next Great Political Leader?
If you're one of the many who have been shocked about the recent election of Donald Trump as the next President of the United States and...
Was Bob Day’s legitimately Elected?
The federal government could have major problems getting its legislation passed in the Senate amid revelations Family First senator Bob Day may have been invalidly elected.
What Do the Election and Brexit Mean for Jobs in Construction?
With the federal election now a fading memory and words like Brexit turning to Regrexit, the question on everyone's minds is "what does all this mean...
Energy and Environment: Two Sides of the Same $20 Billion Coin
Last week, we got the news that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has appointed a new cabinet. As part of this keenly awaited announcement, we learned that...
New Minister Offers Hope for a Sustainable Australia
The appointment of Josh Frydenberg as the new Minister for the Environment and Energy provides a much-needed opportunity for the Turnbull Government to press the reset...
What Does the Election Mean for Climate Policy?
Well, that was some election. But what does it mean for Australia's climate change policy?
Will New Gov’t Give the Construction Sector What it Needs?
We have just seen Bill Shorten concede defeat to Malcolm Turnbull in the federal election.
Politicians Don’t Think 30 Years Ahead
I recently gave the keynote address at the Timber Queensland Conference, which was titled “Shaking the Trees.” Our forest industry is vitally important.
Energy Dominates SA Election Campaign
Nick Xenophon has vowed to "keep the bastards accountable" on energy costs and will pull the plug on any South Australian minority government if it can't...