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There's more than one way to skin a CET
Even if there isn’t a Clean Energy Target (CET) policy of any sort, decisions will still be made by investors, there’s a lot of different ways to skin this particular cat, Independent Review into the Future Security of the NEM Panel Member, Chloe...

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Co-design and co-production the future for university curriculums
Co-design and co-production between universities, the business community and students is essential in educating the future workforce, a panel has told a CEDA audience in Sydney....Read More

Queensland export growth driven by coal, LNG and chickpeas
Queensland’s exports have broken more records, exceeding $68 billion over the year to July – an increase of 52 per cent, Queensland Premier the Hon. Annastacia Palaszczuk said at the Queensland State of the State event. ...Read More

State budget deficit WA’s greatest challenge
“It would be something that would dog us for our term, whether it’s one two three or four terms in office. It would dog us for that period of time because dealing with what confronted us was so extraordinary,” WA Premier, the Hon. Mark McGowan has said, referring to WA’s budget deficit, at the 2017–18 WA State Budget breakfast in Perth. ...Read More

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14/09/2017
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Is the future bright or bleak?
Percy Allan AM discusses positive and negative arguments for the future of the global economy, ranging from technological advancements, ageing populations, and global debt. 

05/09/2017
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Will the future be battery powered?
Advisian Consultant, Vinodini Dissanayake looks at the role batteries will play in Australia’s renewable future.

29/08/2017
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How governments have widened the gap between generations in home ownership
In an article originally by The Conversation, Professor Rachel Ong looks at the intergenerational consequences of housing affordability

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