#methane | "Reducing methane going into the atmosphere is the most cost-effective way to reduce climate change today. We don't need major changes in technology, we don't need to find places where we can stick the methane deep into the earth, we can solve a lot of these problems right now, by just simply mapping where things are leaking and fixing it today."https://www.abc.net.au/7.30/methane-emissions-higher-than-previous-estimates/13561978
From a speech by Andrew Liveris AO at #Chemeca 2021 > https://bit.ly/3zI8roA“The reports need to end and the focus must shift to delivering outcomes not hiring more consultants in Australia”These high potential sectors play to Australia’s strengths: Space
Resources technology and critical minerals processing
Food and beverage
Recycling and clean energy
These sectors need to drive public and business sector agendas. There is a tremendous opportunity for Australia to improve exports to the United States and enter supply chains to help the USA achieve the ambitious program in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
Spark Festival 2021 Running from Oct 13th - 28th ⚡️ Guess what’s back and just around the corner? Australia's BIGGEST grassroots startup festival and this year’s theme is #LightYourSpark Built by Australian Founders for Founders and this year be prepared to step it up a notch.100+ events, many of them online (but not all: you lucky people of Adelaide + Perth!), and most of them free. ...Register to attendhttps://sparkfestival.co/2021-program/...Register your eventhttps://sparkfestival.co/program
What makes a good leader of an organisation transforming itself to compete in the new economy? This summary of initiatives provides an overview of the approach taken by Woolworths CEO, Brad Banducci. https://bit.ly/3nL5vFm