Monthly Archives: February 2014

Will the ERF benefit from infrastructure?

Can Australia rely on reduction in greenhouse gas emissions achieved through improvements in infrastructure design? Or, will the opportunity be declared ‘vapourware’ and disregarded? Implementing the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) as part of Direct Action provides another opportunity to re-think policies that might rein-in emissions. With comments on the ERF Green Paper just closed, it seems the […]

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ISCA board returns home

The board of the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) returns to Brisbane for another Queensland based meeting this Thursday, February 20th at the offices of law firm, Holding Redlich. ISCA was born out of a workshop held at Brisbane’s Engineering House several years ago, when some colleagues who had been exposed to early work […]

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