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Imagine a clean energy based sovereign wealth fund

Imagine a place where there was enough funding for all essential services. Where increasing funding to one essential area, such as health, did not require reducing spending elsewhere, such as education. Where helping individuals and businesses recover from major setbacks did not require taking on even more debt. Where each year, as the budget has to stretch a little further, we did not all have to make do with [...]

2020-07-02T15:32:43+10:00July 2nd, 2020|

Competitive advantage in the time of pandemic

Recently I was chatting with a mate, trying to convince him that I thought there might be a decline in ‘nation states’ and ‘globalisation’ and a consequent rise in distinctive regional economies like our Cradle Coast region.  But my mate was sceptical and said, well ‘what does our region have that gives us a competitive advantage?’  And so I began to think (and COVID-19 seems to focus the mind), [...]

2020-06-25T17:28:20+10:00June 25th, 2020|

Imagine us being paid to make the world greener

Imagine a time when our region is a world leader in helping individuals, big businesses, and perhaps entire sectors to offset their carbon footprint. Where more jobs are created, trees are planted, wildlife habitats are restored, traditional Aboriginal land management practices are adopted and the highest standard of climate change projects are delivered, creating a sustainable future for all. Our part of Tasmania has a chance to be a [...]

2020-06-25T17:27:28+10:00June 17th, 2020|

Let’s make Tasmania the factory of the nation

In addition to the way we pulled together as a community, strong leadership and a strong economy have so far allowed us to weather COVID-19 without the same degree of devastation witnessed in places like Italy. Nonetheless, it is precisely these things which must change in order for Tasmania to build back better. Leadership needs to become less politicised, more impactful and more about people. Throughout the crisis we [...]

2020-06-17T11:39:42+10:00May 25th, 2020|