Eliminating waste and creating sustainable urban agglomerations

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Mimicking natural ecosystems can turn unsustainable towns into sustainable bioregions. Mark Liebman suggests a planning system that is beneficial for both the land users and the ecosystem inhabitants.

Youth unemployment and ways forward

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Young people are finding it ever more difficult to find jobs that match their skills and education. Simon Kwan is part of a group of business leaders who offer professional support to young people in their work and career development.

Australia’s Easter Bilby

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This weekend, countless children in Australia will look forward to the Easter bunny hiding chocolate eggs. Nicolas Newman from the Foundation for Rabbit Free Australia explains why he wants us to kick the Easter bunny habit.

WA Senate re-elections – what does it mean for voters?

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The Senate re-election in Western Australia has come and gone almost unnoticed by a seemingly disengaged public. Dominic O’Sullivan argues that to enhance the democratic credentials of our system we need to make sure that the act of voting is sufficiently clear for a vote to mean what the voter intends it to mean.

Do bicycle advocates need to act like Hollywood?

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What does Hollywood have to do with bike riding? Rachel Smith says we all need to get involved in collecting data if we want to see our dream of more people cycling come true.

Disruption in the space industry

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With new technologies emerging, the barriers to space are continuously being reduced. Jason Held from Saber Astronautics explains how even smaller companies are now able to enter the space sector.