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  1. A short timeline of the international plastic waste trade

    China’s ban on plastic waste imports had a knock-on effect across Asia and hit Australia’s waste industry hard...

  2. Why China’s rubbish ban could change everything

    The rising cost of taking out the trash will be a major challenge for corporate finance leaders in the short term...

  3. Can we turn trash into treasure?

    If Australians were better at sorting their rubbish, we could recover A$328 million in resources a year, says an EY report...

  4. Indigenous oysters for a sustainable future

    Yagbani Aboriginal Corporation shares a common purpose with its accountants: to build a sustainable economy for the Warruwi...

  5. Breaking the link between economic growth and pollution

    NZ is tracking well on its shift to a low-carbon economy, says the World Economic Forum, but globally the push has slowed...

  6. What’s the meaning of ‘the circular economy’?

    The circular economy promotes the effective use and reuse of materials to reduce waste. Is this the future of manufacturing?...

  7. How to answer the slavery question

    Australia’s largest companies must now produce Modern Slavery Statements and ask their suppliers tough questions...

  8. Unfantastic plastic

    China’s ban on importing plastic waste has spurred action on responsible plastic recycling, but more needs to be done...

  9. Slavery in the supply chain

    2019-20 will see Australian businesses lodge their first Modern Slavery Statements. So what does modern slavery look like?...

  10. Why the UN needs CAs to make the world better

    Can finance professionals help the UN achieve its Sustainable Development Goals by 2030? Every CA can play their part...

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