Green Growth in Australia
Green Growth in Australia: examining the linkages within - and potential of - sustainable resources management to enable environmentally responsible economic growth, is a three-stage ATSE program funded by the Australian Research Council as a Linkage Learned Academies Special Project (ARC-LASP).
Through the three projects, the Academy aims to examine the interconnectivity of major resources, their role in securing Australia's future prosperity, new technologies and strategies to optimise their sustainable use and the drivers and barriers to achieving a sustainable economy. The project defines Green Growth as: improving productivity and economic prosperity as well as improved environmental and social outcomes.
- Stage 1: Sustainable Water Management
Sustainable Water Management: Securing Australia's Future in a Green Economy was launched in May 2012 . Read More [The report was overseen by an ATSE Steering Committee Chaired by Mr Peter Laver AM FTSE, [names of Steering Committee members], the lead authors of the report were Dr Brian Spies and Professor Graeme Dandy.] [Download report, shortguide, presentations of launch not on web yet.]
- Stage 2: Energy
This project focuses on ...... will be completed in early 2013. The Project is overseen by an ATSE Steering Committee chaired by Professor Peter Gray and co chaired by Mr Peter Laver [names of Steering Committee. The Project Leaders are Dr Bruce Godfrey, Professor Susan Pond and Dr Mike Sargent.
- Stage 3: to be added.