Turning science into decisions

June 7, 2016

The Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions supports governments, land managers and business people to make complex environmental decisions.

Encouraging farmers to have their say

June 1, 2016

WoolPoll gives AWI levy payers the chance to set the rate of wool levy they will pay for the following three years.

Sparking awareness of fire safety

June 13, 2012

Every year there are more than 1000 house fires across Victoria during the winter months.

Pedestrian safety at high risk times

April 17, 2012

Each year about 50 pedestrians are killed on Victoria’s roads and more than 600 are injured. About a quarter of the incidents occur at night in Melbourne’s inner city areas that are well known for their bars and nightlife.

Playing it safe with kids on public transport

April 15, 2012

Metlink (now Public Transport Victoria) created the ‘Travelling with children on public transport’ public awareness safety campaign to reminding parents and carers how to play it safe on public transport.

Obama tweets science story

December 9, 2013

A science story we edited for our client the Global Change Institute (GCI) at The University of Queensland, was tweeted by US President Barack Obama.

Partnering for a river revival

December 9, 2013

Currie's co-ordinating skills were put to the test in 2012, when we helped eight project partners to promote a new multimillion dollar program that will revive the Maribyrnong River.

Australia’s first ‘living building’ starts life

October 15, 2013

With a gust of wind, the natural ventilation system of the Global Change Institute’s (GCI) new headquarters kicked in, breathing life into the opening of this inspirational ‘living building’ in August.

Landmark helping the bush thrive

January 7, 2013

Agribusiness company Landmark launched the Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow campaign to reinforce its position as the leader in delivering superior value to rural and regional Australia.

Getting “face-time” in Washington DC

October 11, 2012

When you visit a nation’s capital you want ‘face-time’ with important people who hold a stake in the future of your organization. So, when the Global Change Institute at The University of Queensland went to Washington DC in 2011 they engaged Currie to arrange meetings with several influential thought-leaders and potential research partners.