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CEDA CEO update: 25 May 2020
CEDA CEO Melinda Cilento shares the latest at CEDA including our Trustee virtual roundtable program, research progress and upcoming livestreams.


CEDA CEO update: 18 May 2020
As we continue to chart a course for recovery a key focus for CEDA is Australia’s global trade and supply chains, a topic that has drawn many headlines in recent days and weeks....Read More

Collective purpose, clear communication, a sense of self-control, and reform, essential for the mental health of Australians: Julia Gillard
Collective purpose, clear communication, a sense of self-control, and reform, will be essential for the mental health of Australians as we come through the COVID-19 crisis, former Prime Minister and BeyondBlue Chair, the Hon. Julia Gillard shared at a CEDA livestream....Read More

CEDA CEO update: 11 May 2020
As all jurisdictions around the country announce and implement plans to enable a gradual increase in social and economic activity, public debate has centred quickly on what to expect from recovery and how best to enable it. ...Read More

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Why hydrogen?
The Federal Government announced a significant funding increase for hydrogen power generation earlier this month. ACIL Allen Director Science and Technology and Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering Energy Forum Chair, Dr John Söderbaum FTSE, considers the reasons for this investment, the role hydrogen could play in the post-coronavirus recovery, and the factors that continue to hold back the development of a green hydrogen industry.


The mental health pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic could greatly increase Australia's already-high rates of suicide. EY Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, Andi Csontos surveys the evidence and offers insight into how communities and employers can address this growing problem. 


Repairing social housing to repair the economy
Arup Principal and Australasian Cities Leader, Dr Tim Williams, presents a costed proposal for a major new program of investment in repairing and upgrading Australia's ageing social housing stock. Drawing on his experience as a key housing adviser to the UK government during the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, Dr Williams says this proposal could improve living standards, support the environment and provide a massive, targeted boost to the economy. 

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