Thoughts

Climate-proofing our water future

By Lilith Palmer Melbourne Knowledge Week, that ran May 9 to 15 this year, had plenty of thought-provoking lectures and workshops to get involv...
24 May 2022

Giving voice to those who seek a kinder, safer, fairer world

The challenges of the past couple of years have caused many to pause and reflect. At Currie, more time spent out of the office reconnecting wit...
18 May 2022

Why Sustainability Matters To Your Business – And What You Can Do About It

By Mark Paterson Nobody can foresee specific events or disruptions, however, there are trends and forces that shape the future. One of these i...
10 February 2022

Climate inaction exposes Australia’s sense of identity as myth

By Mietta Adams The idea that an Australian’s sense of place is connected to the environment is ingrained by the nation’s education system....
04 November 2021

What’s your climate change story?

By Mark Paterson Climate action is the most mentioned UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) in corporate sustainability reports, accordi...
26 August 2021

Seven predictions for the future of corporate sustainability

By Ryan Ong Over the past year and a half, the world has been battling a pandemic that has made the future foggy. Despite the...
21 July 2021

A beacon in the ESG smog

By Mark Paterson Corporate pledges for action on climate change should be a beacon in the smog for investors and consumers, but are they? When we ...
04 June 2021

Sunlight is the best disinfectant – A mantra for ESG reporting

By Susan McNair If sunlight is the best disinfectant, the shades are drawn when it comes to seeing what’s happening with sustainability at large...
09 April 2021

What most companies get wrong when doing their first ESG report

By Mark Paterson (Currie), Michael Diegelmann and Justus Fischer (cometis) Doing your first ESG (environmental, social and governance) report is...
30 March 2021