At present, we waste a shocking 1.3 billion tonnes of food globally each year.
The future of our global food systems holds risks for sustainability, and solutions will require a whole of system approach.
The newest part of the Australian Government’s policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions came into operation from 1 July 2016.
The ground swell of opinion from leading thinkers is health and safety management needs to move from ensuring that ‘as few things as possible go wrong’ to ensuring that ‘as many things as possible go right.’
‘As all of you know, since publishing Thrive, I’ve become more and more passionate – okay, obsessed – with burnout and stress and how we can reduce their impact on our lives.’
‘More than any other developed nation in the world, Australia is highly exposed to natural disasters.’
‘The COP21 Agreement has refocused the world on the transition to a low-carbon future – it is now inevitable.’
‘The bottom line is that businesses must take stake steps to demonstrate that they are addressing human rights issues in their business and supply chain.’
‘The Australian Government faces the challenge of aligning economic prosperity and environmental responsibilities.’
‘The right to health, education, water, energy, equality, peace and justice – for all.’