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16 Jan 2018

WA to be hit by China recycle ban

https://www.perthnow.com.au/politics/local-government/wa-to-be-hit-by-china-recycle-ban-ng-b88716545z

 

9 June 2017, Curtin University

Low meat diet book wins prestigious World Book Gourmand Award

CUSP Institute researchers Talia Raphaely and Dora Marinova have been recognised at this year’s World Book Gourmand Awards, which annually honour the best food and wine books, printed or digital, as well as food television, from around the globe. Read more

 

1 June 2017, The New Daily

‘Carbon capture’ technology is nothing but a smokescreen

Professor Peter Newman from the Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute, comments on the debate about carbon capture and storage in Australia. Read more

No politician can singlehandedly bring back coal – not even Donald Trump

On the night Donald Trump won the US election, Doug Ratliff of Richlands, owner of struggling shopping malls in a region hit hard by coal closures, said Trump “gives people hope” that these ailing industries can be brought back to health. But the reality is that Trump won’t be able to do it. Read more.

 

15 November 2016, The Conversation

Josh Byrne to lead national zero energy homes project

Environmental scientist and television presenter Josh Byrne is set to lead a new project to help get developers building zero energy homes. Read more.

 

18 March 2016, The Conversation

“The 30-minute city”: how do we put the political rhetoric into practice?

About more than urban rail and other transit projects, this goal means transforming our cities into centres of activity where work, study and services are all close by. Peter Newman, Curtin University. Read more.