Here to Stay – 100 Not Out!
We’ve had a good innings – personally and professionally – and, to maintain the cricketing analogy, we’re not about to pull up the stumps, either. This issue, our 100th since we started in March 2008, continues to cover the issues and the people who matter. We invited a few of our important readers around the globe to expressly write something and we were overwhelmed with contributions. So much so that more will appear next week. This issue we have a profile on Graeme Woods and his remarkable contribution to the new Global Change Institute and an article by Nobel Prize winner Peter Doherty. Two Amercian communicators – Bob Henson and Anna Clark – give us some wise words of wisdom, while Tony Frost from South Africa and Flemming Bermann from the UK give us their views on matters large and small. Jeff Harding wings in from Italy with Ceramic Fuel Cells in tow, while Fiona Wain has mega clean vision to share. Jan Birkeland espouses ecologically positive development, as Joan and Richard Cassels call for better change management. Greg Bourne urges us to go beyond Earth Hour and enterprising Neil Christie tells us how Envirofriendly is cleaning up the world. There’s some important links to CSIRO announcements and ABC’s Environment portal for a Sara Phillips story. And the first will be last, as I take to the podium and the page to sound off about the Queensland’s first Sustainability Showcase for Minister Kate Jones. More runs on the board and more scores to keep!