This series of articles – first published in The Advocate newspaper – is designed to stimulate thought and discussion about what else our region could become, as we recover from the impacts of COVID-19. A joint initiative of CCA, the University of Tasmania and The Advocate.
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Using the distinctiveness of ‘place’ to enrich learning is not a new idea. A Tasmanian school inspector, Richard Davis, in 1927 noted that ‘Their own playground, the neighbouring hills and level spaces, the [...]
The economic outcome of renewable energy projects in the Cradle Coast isn’t always obvious. Some people wonder how the local community and the region benefit when global companies install internationally made metal wind [...]