An examination of the operation, costs and benefits of the RET, including the economic, environmental and social impacts, the extent to which the objectives of the scheme are being met and the interaction of the RET with other Commonwealth and state and territory policies.
Employees' behavior of using personal cloud storage at the workplace might put corporates at risk. This trend has been happening globally and known as consumerization of personal cloud storage.Read more
A public forum to learn more about how consumers of electricity can help reclaim control over their power bills, and more particularly, how the power companies are getting away with massive bill hikes every single year. Expert speakers will outline how the current National Energy Rules are...Read more
Bill Laurence highlights the impacts of rapid road expansion on native ecosystems and wildlife, and discusses a paper he published today in Nature called A global strategy for road building, an innovative zoning scheme to define where on Earth future roads should and should not go.Read more
This Cost-Benefit Analysis considers the costs of different approaches to providing fast broadband in Australia. It also considers preferences and potential future demand for high-speed broadband in Australia, and estimates consumer willingness to pay for increased broadband speeds.Read more
The Whitlam Institute is throwing open its doors for its first ever Open Day on Saturday 20 September. From 10.30am – 2pm you’re invited to explore our home in the extraordinary Female Orphan School (1813), and take a free tour; see the original Letter of Dismissal on display – a rare...Read more