These steps are i screening, ii scoping and consideration of alternatives, iii baseline data collection, iv impact prediction, v assessment of alternatives, description of mitigation measures and environmental impact statement, vi public hearing, vii environment management plan, viii decision making, ix monitoring of the clearance conditions.
Ray's diverse experience has developed an exceptional network across the political and administrative arms of government, as well as business and the broader community.
Ray has substantial expertise in ecology, sustainability, climate change science and the effects of expected future climates on Implementation plan for industrial relation strategies, and is recognised as an authoritative and respected commentator and adviser on sustainability across all sectors including the built environment, cleantech, energy infrastructure, industrials, manufacturing, resources, transport, and water.
Future Smart Strategies is an alliance partner with Blue by Design, and we can help your business connect with national and global leaders in systems thinking, complexity theory, biomimicry and integrative design.
Ray also ran his own consultancy, Future Smart Strategies, providing strategic advice on ecology and sustainability that extends on a previous career as an ecologist. Ray continues his 18 year long relationship with the School of Earth and Environment at The University of Western Australia contributing to the academic program and lecturing on the science, economics and politics of environmental change.
Ray's current research interests include adoption rates of technology, and the impact of social media on markets and technology adoption rates. Ray was conferred the title Adjunct Professor in in recognition of his contribution to the University.
Howard has worked across service, manufacturing, government, resource, utility and life-science sectors; and for all organisation scales from start-ups to Fortune companies.
He combines sector experience with his professional capabilities in technology, accounting, auditing and business management to identify issues, prioritise actions, plan delivery and harvest improvements.
Independent of the size or industry sector of your organisation, Howard will work with you and your team to identify key short and long-term improvement needs, design a practical roadmap, fully engage stakeholders and then deliver results.
He will help stimulate the evolution of your organisation towards improved operational efficiency, targeted business effectiveness, and enhanced cultural behaviours.
View Howard Buckley's profile Carolyn Wills: Carolyn's strong background in computing and her broad knowledge of IT systems developed over more than three decades in using and maintaining computers, in training and supporting computer users in a range of situations from classrooms and research laboratories to conventional office environments, and in managing large projects of new technology deployment, both hardware and software.
He is highly valued for his innovative business strategies which save money, save energy and support businesses to add value to the triple bottom line: Simon has spent almost 30 years working in and around the resource sector assisting junior, listed mining companies and in stockbroking.
Delivering outcomes in a wide variety of roles including at an operational level developing and implementing exploration and production strategies and technologies, value-adding through supply chain efficiencies and value chain growth, research and advice on commodity markets, capital raisings and investor relations, communications strategies including digital promoting industry development and industry policy and strategy, and problem solving.
Over the past few years Simon has been focused on promoting to government, academia and media the potential of Western Australia's lithium industry to move further down the value add chain, and cement a place in the battery manufacturing industry beyond just "dig and ship".
More recently Simon has been developing a strategic understanding of Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Artificial Intelligence in a range of applications including vehicle management and speed sign recognition, shark recognition, stock market and horse racing.
In the biotech space, Simon is similarly pursuing his interest in bioinformatics and genomics. View Simon Hicks's profile Allen Walker: Associate Director Allen Walker has qualifications in economics, accounting and financial services. Allen has worked in senior management roles in large and publicly listed companies, delivering corporate advice on business valuations, mergers and acquisitions to clients.
Allen has transitioned to be a sustainability advisor, and is one of a hand-full of people in Australia engaged in teaching others how to achieve the United Nations sponsored Sustainable Development Goals, and is focused on the design of ecovillages, communities, businesses.
Allen is now working with indigenous communities in Australia and other parts of the Asia-Pacific region. Tony has provided taxation and management advice to a wide range of business and industry groups while in private practice, as well as leadership, auditing and legal interpretation roles in Government.
View Tony Leahy's profile Amish Sheth: Amish provides visionary leadership and sharp business competencies to spearhead strategic planning and bottom line results. With projects across government, mining and private Sectors.
Amish has demonstrated problem solving skills and a proven ability to manage and contribute to strategic outcomes with the highest standard.
Amish utilizes creativity, leadership and teamwork to design and execute solutions that create customer value. Kelvin is a PhD candidate studying the effect of renewable energy technologies on the social and economic elements of the electricity sector. He is applying a complex systems approach to model the interactions between multiple agents within the spatial network of an electricity grid.
Kelvin was previously an industrial automation engineer and consultant in the mining sector where he was responsible for developing real-time software that coordinated the operation of one of the largest mining export facilities in the world.
He has had various industry responsibilities, including managing projects, developing new system architectures and building data visualisation aids. What We Can Do For You Reputation Whoever controls the media, controls the mind Before the internet, the only way to get your corporate message out was in a press release.
Now, anyone can publish content, across hundreds of channels and platforms - but there is no guarantee your message will be heard or shared. This is something we understand, because our two professors, Ray Wills and Martin Blake, are listed among the Top influencers globally in sustainability, energy and climate change.
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Sustainability Strategy You don't need to be King Canute to realise it Modern businesses are also facing the accelerating tide of environmental, economic and social challenge. At the same time, business investment and value must be protected and restructured in order to continuously deliver success.Project management is the practice of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria at the specified time.
A project is a temporary endeavor designed to produce a unique product, service or result with a defined beginning and end (usually time-constrained, and often constrained by funding or staffing.
Strategic industrial relations is an approach for analysing the strategic choices made by the actors - employers, workers and their organizations, and policy makers - in industrial relations systems and the implications of those choices for industrial relations outcomes.
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