Robert Bruegmann’s drive-by analysis of urban sprawl leaves healthy, sustainable suburbs stranded on the curb, writes Gabrielle Kuiper.
The Centre for Policy Development invites you to contribute to a series of articles and discussion papers looking at how we can move beyond our current impasse on environmental policy. This series will attempt to unearth the basic principles that… more
The second response to A Health Policy for Australia by David More highlights the promise and the possibilities of health information technology.
'They were targeted for precisely the reasons that had led them to seek asylum in Australia in the first place. One had married for love across religious lines. The other was associated with the pre-Taliban government. But their claims were… more
The Greens private members bill on Freedom of Information passed through the NSW Upper House yesterday. Lee Rhiannon explains the reasons behind the bill, arguing that IT advances and the rise in public-private partnerships mean that NSW FOI laws are… more
Gabrielle Kuiper showcases five inspiring examples which demonstrate how good urban planning can reduce car use and urban sprawl.
In the second instalment of our series on education funding policy Michael Furtado argues that the Catholic Education sector needs to stop fighting old battles and start building common ground with its real allies.
Climate change is, without a doubt, the single biggest threat facing humanity. Yet the resistance of governments to tackling it is mind-boggling. The fumbling around by governments at all levels, the slowness with which they are even acknowledging climate change… more
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