Only 38% of FTSE 350 respondents factored in climate change risks on business practices and reported the risks to their investors, according to an April report from Acclimatise, an English risk management company specialising in climate change.
Fifteen hundred Australian Taxation Office (ATO) workers protested outside their workplaces around the country on May 7.
SYDNEY Two thousand people rallied in Hyde Park on May 3 to mark May Day. The crowd included contingents from trade unions, left-wing organisations and progressive campaign groups.
The National Tertiary Education Union (Tasmania) sent its log of claims to the University of Tasmania’s management almost a year ago. Despite numerous meetings between the NTEU and management, little has been achieved.
News that millionaire developer and Fremantle Labor candidate Peter Tagliaferri has been a member of the 500 club a Liberal party fundraising group has mired the Labor campaign in controversy in the final weeks of campaigning for the May 16 Fremantle by-election.
On May 5, Nelson Davila, charge d’affairs for the Venezuelan embassy in Australia, travelled to Newcastle for a day of discussion about the history and progress of the Bolivarian revolution.
Integral fast reactors and other fourth generation nuclear power concepts have been gaining attention, in part because of comments by US climate scientist James Hansen.
Cityrail management began a staff review process on April 29 for staff working on the Illawarra line. The breakneck speed of the process so far has raised concerns among Cityrail workers that this is just another exercise in cost-cutting that will run down the already stretched rail network.
New South Wales Teachers Federation (NSWTF)president Bob Lipscombe has announced an new position on performance pay on the federation’s website.