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The Rise of Activist Investors in 2022
May 13, 2022

Elon Musk & Twitter in the US, and Mike Cannon Brookes & AGL in Australia, the latest popular trend in financial markets is activist investing. Join Alex, Chamindu and Vlad as they explore what activist investors do, and what this means for the future of global investing trends.

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Policy Review: The 2022 Australian Federal Election
April 27, 2022

Join Amy, Phil and Laurel as they explore the most imminent concerns Australians face in the upcoming Federal Election. Issues such as Climate Change and the Rising Cost of Living are the focal points of this article. This article will present an overview of the policy positions for these issues between the major political parties with the aim of informing the readership ahead of the 2022 Federal Election.

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What happens now? Responses to the devastation in Haiti
September 3, 2021

What can we learn from the recent earthquake in Haiti? Join Chamindu, Jade, Morgan, and Stephen as they outline responses to this crisis and how to prepare for future natural disasters.

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An alternative approach to Australian climate policy
August 5, 2021

How can Australia become a global policy leader in addressing climate change? Join Ben as he examines the failures of current and previous climate policy in order to suggest an investment and international engagement-based approach for the future.

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Energy policy and climate technologies: Australia’s road to recovery?
October 6, 2020

In the past decade of Australian politics, no Prime Minister has been able to announce and deliver a new energy policy without sowing the seeds of their own defeat. Years on, the energy and climate conversations have yet again returned to the forefront of Australian politics, this time exacerbated the SA state wide blackouts of 2016 and the Black Summer bushfires of 2019/20.

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How to encourage global climate action
September 9, 2020

While some global climate agreements are being made, carbon emissions are still rising. Anuk, Ben and Julia examine ways we can move forward, and factors to take into account.

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