E-Oz Energy Skills Australia Annual Conference 2012 - Alison Thorn (Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism) speaks on Australian Government Energy Efficiency Initiatives. The E-Oz Annual Conference 2012 was held in Alice Spring from the 29th to 31st of October 2012.
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Drew is Chairman of the Australian Energy Market Operator Board, and a director on the boards of NBNCo and CSIRO. He has served for more than 20 years in senior roles in the Australian Public Service, including as Secretary of the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, and Secretary of the Department of Communications. His last executive role was as Chief of Staff in the Office of the Prime Minister. CEDA -- the Committee for Economic Development of Australia -- is a respected independent national organisation with an engaged cross-sector membership. For more details visit: http://www.ceda.com.au Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ceda_news
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The Welcoming Chinese Visitors program is Australia's China Ready program that helps businesses and individuals become ready for and better understand the Chinese tourist market. Backed by the Department of Resources, Energy & Tourism and developed by AVANA and the Australian Tourism Export Council, the program contains the latest research, industry trends and knowledge. It is highly relevant for those new to the Chinese Tourist market as well as those who already have some experience with it.
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The world's energy needs have significantly increased as a result of industrial development and population growth, and our limited supply of fossil fuels is failing to meet demand. University of Melbourne researchers are among many working toward a solution to this energy crisis and in this episode of Visions we take a closer look at various alternative energy research projects. Produced by Emma O'Neill Camera by Clive Banfield and Vlad Bunyevich Edited by Robert Cross, Corporate Video Productions With thanks to: CO2CRC and Arrow Films for use of their footage; Sumisha Naidu (Media and Communications student, University of Melbourne); and Bryan McGowan (Safety Officer, School of Chemistry, University of Melbourne). Dr Greg Martin would also like to thank Bio Fuels Pty Ltd (a division of the Victor Smorgon Group) and the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism. Professor Iven Mareels would like to thank the Australian Research Council and key corporate partners Better Place Australia and Senergy. © The University of Melbourne, 2010. All rights reserved. add comment
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In the Asia-Pacific lies a vast untapped land, a land rich in resources, arable farmland and energy; a land with an advanced stable and secure economy in close proximity to Asia. If you’re thinking of investing down under maybe it’s time to think about Northern Australia. This video outlines investment opportunities available in Northern Australia: in resources and energy, infrastructure, agribusiness and food, tourism infrastructure and tropical medicine research. It was first screened at the Northern Australia Investment Forum held in Darwin, Australia, on 8 November 2015. For more information, visit Austrade.gov.au
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Drew Clarke, Secretary, Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism and Felicia Mariani, MD of the Australian Tourism Export Counci, discuss the outcomes of the Tourism 2020 strategy and beyond
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Leaders throughout the APS sharing their vision on innovation and Gov 2.0. Ann Steward -- Australian Government Chief Information Officer Michael Chisnall -- Executive Director, ACT Government Information Office Anne-Marie Schwirtlich -- Director-General of the National Library of Australia Ken Pettifer -- Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research Drew Clarke -- Secretary of the Department of Resources, Energy & Tourism David Fricker -- Director General of the National Archive of Australia Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/C200/
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A changing climate and rapidly growing exposure to disaster risk presents the world with an unprecedented challenge. For developing countries, both less able to cope with the impact and more likely to be affected, the challenge is particularly severe. These countries face mounting losses from a range of natural hazards, from earthquakes and tsunamis through to severe flooding, storms and drought. We face the threat of decades of development progress being rolled back and poverty becoming entrenched. Meanwhile, climate change cuts across society, from agriculture to health, energy to water resources. UNDP’s work is to integrate issues of climate, disaster risk and energy at country level, and focus on building resilience and ensuring that development remains risk-informed and sustainable.
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_Diver_Accreditation_Scheme 00:01:01 1 Training 00:01:16 1.1 Part 1 00:01:54 1.2 Part 2 00:02:36 1.3 Part 3 00:03:11 1.4 Part 4 00:03:37 1.5 Restricted certification 00:03:55 1.6 Onshore Supervisor 00:04:32 1.7 Offshore Supervisor 00:04:54 1.8 Atmospheric Diving System (ADS) 00:05:07 1.9 Advanced Diploma of Hyperbaric Operations (Dive Project Management) 00:05:19 1.10 Advanced Diploma of Hyperbaric Operations (Projects) 00:05:48 1.11 Diploma of Hyperbaric Operations (Projects) 00:06:05 1.12 Aquaculture SSBA Diver to 30 Metres 00:06:26 1.13 Diver Medical Technician (DMT) 00:07:00 1.14 Life Support Technician (LST) 00:07:12 1.15 Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) pilot/technician 00:07:33 1.16 Chamber Operator Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: https://assistant.google.com/services/invoke/uid/0000001a130b3f91 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wikipedia+tts Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts Speaking Rate: 0.9486976020769691 Voice name: en-AU-Wavenet-D "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= The Australian Diver Accreditation Scheme (ADAS) is an international commercial and occupational diver certification scheme. It has mutual recognition arrangements with other equivalent national schemes. ADAS qualifications have international recognition. The original Australian and New Zealand (NZ) national occupational diver certification scheme was developed by the Australian government as a not-for-profit accreditation and certification scheme. It is administered on a cost-recovery basis by the ADAS Board under the direction of the Australian Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism. Training is provided by Accredited Training Establishments (ATEs) which are required to operate at the level of international best practice as defined by ADAS. The scheme provides the following services: developing training courses to meet industry needs certification of divers accreditation of training establishments national and international lobbying for the improved safety of divers promoting the mobility of ADAS licence holders around the world.
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http://www.solafuture.co.za/news/robben-island-solar-microgrid-power-of-solar-pv-and-batteries Last week, the minister of Tourism opened the Robben Island solar PV microgrid. The system, situated on the World Heritage Site, consists of 1960 solar panels combined with a logic-controlled battery storage system, forming a microgrid that will significantly reduce the island’s fossil fuel consumption. The microgrid was designed and constructed by SOLA Future Energy. Commissioned by the Department of Tourism in South Africa, the solar system will move the island away from its reliance on diesel generators and toward the sustainable resource of the sun. Previously, the island relied on generators to supply its electricity for residential needs, desalination, the harbour and offices – the island uses almost 2M kWh of electricity annually. The new solar system will produce almost 1M kWh of electricity annually, significantly reducing costs of transporting diesel to the island and using it for electricity generation. The microgrid consists of three power production elements, including a solar PV farm, lithium-ion battery bank and diesel generators. The solar PV farm consists of 1960 mono-crystalline modules with a total of 666.4 kW of capacity, whilst the battery bank, consisting of 2420 lithium-ion battery cells, is able to store 837 kWh and output a maximum of 500 kVA. Introducing solar PV and batteries into Robben Island’s energy mix required careful programming of multiple controllers, in order to continue a seamless supply of power to the island. This smart microgrid is able to switch energy sources whenever necessary - and preemptively - in order to secure continuous power. “Robben Island is the largest combined solar and lithium-ion storage systems in South Africa,” said Dom Wills, CEO of SOLA Future Energy. “Battery technology is making it not only possible, but really affordable, for medium-size energy users to be powered almost entirely by the sun”. Solar technology has long been touted as a cleaner energy option, but technological advances in battery technology over the past 5 years have made microgrid systems competitive options for commercial and industrial energy users to go off-grid. For Robben Island, going “off-grid” is figurative – it has never been connected to South Africa’s utility grid. However, the solar system will ensure that the island reduces its fossil fuel consumption dramatically – by nearly 300 000 litres of diesel per annum. This will result in a reduction the Island’s carbon emissions by 860 tons, as well as a significant monetary saving. SOLA Future Energy, a South African company that designs, builds and maintains solar systems for commercial and industrial buildings, was awarded the contract by the National Department of Tourism and has carried out the design and construction over the past year.
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AUSTRALIA'S leading counter-terrorism agency has been providing intelligence to the federal government on environmental groups that campaign against coalmining. The Australia Security Intelligence Organisation's politically sensitive monitoring of the campaigners comes after Resources and Energy Minister Martin Ferguson warned that protests at power stations and coal export terminals could have ''life-threatening'' consequences and ''major trade and investment implications''. Security officials have suggested privately that environmental activists pose greater threats to energy infrastructure than terrorists. But confirmation that ASIO has been monitoring and advising on security issues arising from such activism is likely to cause tensions between federal Labor and their parliamentary allies, the Australian Greens. Greens leader Bob Brown said yesterday it was ''intolerable that the Labor government was spying on conservation groups'' and condemned the ''deployment of ASIO as a political weapon'' against peaceful protests. ''Martin Ferguson is incorrigible. But it's not just Ferguson. It's the cabinet, it's the Labor government that's happy to use the police and ASIO against community groups, against ordinary people, on behalf of foreign-owned mining corporations,'' he said. Senator Brown said he would urgently take up the issue with the government, adding that former Labor attorney-general and civil libertarian Lionel Murphy ''would be spinning in his grave''. The Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism on Tuesday confirmed ASIO's role in advising on security issues relating to protests against coalmining when it refused to release under freedom of information a December 2010 ministerial brief on the possible disruption of energy infrastructure by protesters. The document has been wholly exempted from release because it contains sensitive information exchanged between federal, state and territory governments, and classified information derived from ''an intelligence agency document''. ASIO is exempt from freedom of information laws and is described on its website as ''the only agency in the Australian intelligence community authorised in the normal course of its duties to undertake investigations into the activities of Australian persons''. Other FOI documents confirm that Mr Ferguson pressed then attorney-general Robert McClelland in September 2009 to see whether ''the intelligence-gathering services of the Australian Federal Police'' could be used to help energy companies handle increasing activity by coalmining protesters. Mr Ferguson was particularly concerned about protests at the Hazelwood power station in Victoria, warning that ''protests such as this can lead to unlawful activity designed to directly compromise the delivery of essential services to Australians''. ''The risk of protest-related disruptions in the energy sector is likely to continue in the near future ... these disruptions pose a real threat to the reliable delivery of electricity and other essential services,'' he said. Such disruptions ''at critical times can have serious, and at times life-threatening, repercussions across the community''. Mr McClelland confirmed in reply in November 2009 that the AFP ''continually monitors the activities of issues-motivated groups and individuals who may target establishments through direct action, or action designed to disrupt or interfere with essential services''. Mr McClelland also highlighted the role of ASIO ''in intelligence gathering, analysis and advice in relation to protest activity [that] focuses on actual, or the potential for, violence''. He said that ''where warranted, ASIO advice may take the form of security intelligence reports, notification of protest action or threat assessments''. Other documents released under FOI have been heavily redacted to prevent disclosure of methods for ''preventing, detecting, investigating and dealing with illegal disruption to critical energy infrastructure'' - 12 April 2012.
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Helen Owens from the Office of Spatial Policy at the Department of Resources, Energy & Tourism speaking at the "Opening Government Data in Australia -- Next Steps" event at the NICTA office in Canberra on February 22, 2013. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/C205/
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Signage to encourage behaviour change can be one of the most effective ways of reducing your businesses energy costs. This activity received funding from the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism as part of the Energy Efficiency Grants Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information and advice contained herein.
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Introducing South Australia: Adelaide - One of the world's most liveable cities City - Modern and affordable Workforce - Lowest labour costs in mainland Australia Gateway - For investors, students and visitors Asia - Building business with China and India Exports - Supplying international markets Food - Premium produce Infrastructure - Major developments worth billions Investment - In health, education and research Mining - Record levels of resource exploration Uranium - Around 30% of the planet's known recoverable resources Oil and gas - Australia's largest onshore province Innovation - Leading research and development Renewables - Developing natural energy sources Wind - Home to around half the nation's capacity Wine - World-renowned wine industry Defence - Australia's defence capital Techport - Australia's premier naval industry hub Manufactruing - Growing advanced manufacturing Competitive - On value and innovation Education - Adelaide the learning city Study - Home to five internationally recognised universities Creative - World-class creative industries Sport - International sporting events Arts - Celebrating arts and culture Environment - Clean, green environment For more information go to http://www.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au
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The Australien Government just released this ad about the Great Australian Bight and it's surprisingly honest and informative. 👉 Tell oil companies to gtfo of the Bight: http://www.act.gp/gtfo 👉 Thanks to everyone supporting us on Patreon! 👉 Special shout-outs to our Patreon Producers: Sam G, Tom Mettam, Anon H & Anna Hathis 🙌 👉 Ways you can support us to keep making videos: ☛ Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/TheJuiceMedia ☛ Tip us on PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thejuicemedia ☛ Bitcoin: 1HMPK1zFCLopAvNEvR3aehFU1tSvHeWkTS ☛ Bitcoin Cash: 1NdbvafZGEttYUewAkLsQe1Y7vqtsTkxJ9 ☛ Ethereum: 0xb6cEC5a9f2b62A422F313C15860849122fA8Bc9f 👉 CREDITS: - Written & created by Giordano for the Juice Media - Performed by Ellen Burbidge x Voice by Lucy - Special thanks to Ella, Max and Nat at Greenpeace for info and advice about the Bight; and to the Juice Team for support on this video - Music by TwoMountains: https://audiojungle.net/item/acoustic-inspiration/13765906?_ga=2.124046924.776312108.1508161153-1408732767.1485211917 - Outro music by Triple7Music: https://audiojungle.net/item/epic-adventure/7361244?s_rank=3 👉 TRANSLATIONS: - Norwegian by Øystein Kolstad - French by Julie - Danish by Mabeli - Portuguese by Vitor - Serbian by Tamara - Greek by Anon - Bahasa by Hendri - German by Anon 👉 REFERENCES: - The Conversation, "Senate inquiry told zero tax or royalties paid on Australia’s biggest new gas projects" https://theconversation.com/senate-inquiry-told-zero-tax-or-royalties-paid-on-australias-biggest-new-gas-projects-77479 - The Wilderness Society, oil spill modelling animation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5OnMGtx1cQ - Great Australian Bight Alliance: http://www.fightforthebight.org.au/
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How to install weather stripping to reduce your businesses heating and cooling bills. This activity received funding from the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism as part of the Energy Efficiency Grants Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information and advice contained herein.
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How to install a Draftstoppa to minimise heating/cooling loss. This activity received funding from the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism as part of the Energy Efficiency Grants Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information and advice contained herein.
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A Brisbane family says they were left shocked and outraged when a security guard on Moreton Island tried to force them off a public beach, claiming nearby Tangalooma Resort held exclusive rights to the area. The security guard was acting at the behest of resort management, but the resort is built on crown land and the Department of Natural Resources, Mines, and Energy confirmed the beachfront is public space. Read more here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-05-01/tangalooma-resort-security-wrongly-family-leave-public-beach-qld/9712376 For more from ABC News, click here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/ Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/abcnews Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/abcnews.au Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ab.co/1svxLVE Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/abcnews_au
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Learn about the benefits that renewable energies have for the hotel sector and also the requirements that are demanded. What is more, the viability of these installations depending on the demand you face as hotel entrepreneurs will be analysed. Energy sources: Renewable Energy: solar energy, wind power, Geothermal energy, Biomass. Do not run out over time Non-renewable energy: Run out over time. Generate waste Solar energy: Solar thermal energy: Heat from the sun. Application: mainly hot water. Performance Save 80% on hot water. return on investment: 2-10 years. Photovoltaic: Light from the sun. Application: Isolated systems (irrigation, lighting, ...) and connected (solarium, rooftops ...). Performance Low (12-13%).. return on investment: Long term. Wind Power: It is the energy we collect from wind power. Advantage: It can be applied in a space that is being used for something else too. Advantage: - Good level of technological development and business competitiveness. - Implementation is fast and creates jobs. - Synergistic effect such as saving energy with alternative sources. Disadvantage: - Causes environmental problems. - It has technological limitations. To put this energy into your tourism business you must: analyse the wind, find a feasible place, have permission and take stock of the energy you consume and that which you want to implement. Geothermal Energy is extracted from the heat beneath the surface of the Earth by an underground heat pump. Uses the Earth as an energy source during cold periods or as an energy dissipater in summer. Advantage: - Resource availability. - High energy efficiency and high durability. - No effect on the landscape. Disadvantage: - Very high implementation costs. - Risks of toxic contaminants and emission of energy sources (heat). - Limitation on their location in places. - Can cause environmental problems. - Limited capability to cool spaces. Biomass is obtained by burning wood residues, fodder from crops, food waste, paper, manure and other byproducts. Advantages: Can be stored, Low cost. Disadvantages: Contaminates, can require a lot of resources.
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The Australien Government has made a tourism ad about East Timor, and it’s surprisingly honest and informative! -*- Ways you can support us to keep making Honest Government Ads: -- Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/TheJuiceMedia -- Tip us on paypal: https://www.paypal.me/thejuicemedia -- Tip us in bitcoin: 1HMPK1zFCLopAvNEvR3aehFU1tSvHeWkTS -*- WHAT CAN YOU DO ABOUT IT? -- If you’d like to support our neighbours in Timor-Leste, this is an organization that supports Timorese women and children and is not affiliated to Australia’s foreign-aid complex (hence why not tax deductible): https://www.etwa.org.au -- You can also write to the Attorney General Christian Porter asking him to exercise his power under s.71 of the Judiciary Act to drop the prosecution of Witness K and Bernard Collaery. Here’s his email [email protected] (please keep it clean). -- Lastly, you can help raise awareness about this whole shitshow by sharing the video with your friends. -*- CREDITS: -- Produced by Patrons of The Juice Media -- Written and created by Giordano for The Juice Media -- Performed by Zoe x voice by Lucy -- Special thanks to Clinton Fernandes for expert advice -- Thanks to the Juice team for script input and feedback -- Aerial footage from The Way Overland: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OU0vQUPSOBI -- Aerial footage from Scubazoo: http://www.scubazoo.com/ -- Thanks to Lakeisha for babysitting Luca! -- Main soundtrack by ArtAreaStudio -- Outro beat by Mozart x Eric Parsons: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6JBBuNy8Oo -*- FURTHER READING & SOURCES: -- Annotated script: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RxQ4ycCiasVqk5sjPAn5-dOJWA5UutTa6B1inSGO0nI/edit?usp=sharing -- Senator Rex Patrick (SA) laying down the whole situation in the Senate (this was a key source of info for the prosecution of Witness K): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gf8XiuS9u4Y -- Excellent overview of the maritime border dispute: http://rightnow.org.au/opinion-3/having-it-both-ways-australias-conflicted-position-in-the-timor-sea/ -- About the trial of Witness K: https://theconversation.com/as-witness-k-trial-opens-questions-over-how-much-of-timor-leste-spying-case-to-keep-secret-from-public-103164 -- Great overview of the history of Australia-Timor relationship: http://www.onyamagazine.com/australian-affairs/history/how-australia-betrayed-then-saved-east -- Really worth reading this recently published book by Prof. Clinton Fernandes, "Island off the coast of Asia: http://www.publishing.monash.edu/books/ioca-9781925523799.html -*- TRANSLATIONS -- Serbian by Tamara -- Danish by Mabeli -- Bahasa-Indonesia by Hendry -- Turkish by Antigone09 -- French by Julie -- Norwegian by Øystein Kolstad -- Portuguese by Vitor Oliveira
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Deputy Secretary for Management and Resources Thomas Nides delivers remarks at the Global Business Conference on Travel and Tourism at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on October 2, 2012. A text transcript can be found at http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2012/10/198561.htm.
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How to install timers on lights and equipment to limit their operating hours. This activity received funding from the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism as part of the Energy Efficiency Grants Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information and advice contained herein.
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In South Australia, an area of important coastal habitat that has been cut off from the sea is being restored. Learn about this project that has reconnected a degraded intertidal wetland to the life sustaining waters of the sea for the first time in decades. The Dry Creek Salt Field located 30 minutes’ drive from Adelaide in South Australia has produced salt from the evaporation of seawater since the 1930s. Following the salt field’s closure, as a trial, a small pond was isolated from the rest of the salt field and reconnected to the sea via a tidal creek. The creek now delivers water flows to the degraded site and the process of restoration has begun. The results? So far, we’ve seen a rapid restoration of the water and soil quality. And for the first time in decades, vegetation, fish and invertebrates are beginning to reinhabit the pond. Restoring the wetland will also help better protect the coast and even provides a ‘blue-carbon’ opportunity. Find out more about how we’re bringing new life to our coastal environments at www.environment.sa.gov.au/coasts This initiative was funded by the South Australian Government with a significant contribution from the Australian Government through Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges’ Samphire Coast Icon Project. It could not have proceeded without the assistance and goodwill of the following partners: - University of Adelaide - Buckland Dry Creek Pty Ltd - Royal Park Salvage - Department for Energy and Mining - Natural Resources Adelaide Mt Lofty Ranges - Environment Protection Authority - Primary Industries and Regions SA
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This year Aurecon received the highest honour possible from peak body Engineers Australia - the Sir William Hudson Award. We then won the Australian Human Resources Institute's Inclusive Workplace Award. Here's how we celebrated! http://bit.ly/2hwZWsC
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How to install a Killswitch on equipment to switch off out of operating hours. This activity received funding from the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism as part of the Energy Efficiency Grants Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information and advice contained herein.
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Dianne McGrath is still in the running for The Mars One mission which seeks to establish the first permanent human settlement on Mars. It is a one-way journey. What makes Dianne a suitable astronaut candidate? She is a leader, team player, project manager and creative problem solver. Her experience working in and managing teams in sales, marketing, emergency services and government provides her with a strong platform to work as a unit to deliver on outcomes. Dianne’s sense of adventure, determination and fitness has seen her sail tall ships in the southern ocean, cycle extreme distances, jump from planes, and run marathons and an ultra-marathon. Dianne believes nothing is insurmountable. She has a special interest and growing expertise in sustainable food systems, something that will be critical in a completely new environment for human habitation. Dianne is a proficient public speaker who delivers engaging and dynamic talks to a variety of audiences from school children to corporates to space scientists/enthusiasts. Dianne’s work experience has provided her with strong expertise in project management, marketing and government organisations in her time with the Australian Energy Regulator, Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). While at GSK she won a global marketing award, and held numerous positions, including a global marketing position based in Europe where she was responsible for a $1billion (AUD) brand portfolio, and won a global marketing award. Dianne leads a purposeful life that seeks to create better environmental outcomes. Towards this goal, she is currently the Director of the sustainability and business consultancy, Food for Thought Consulting Australia. Passionate about sustainable food systems, she is also a Director on the boards of three not-for-profit organisations that operate in the food sustainability/community food space: Cultivating Community, 3000acres and the Open Food Network. In this video shares with us more about her background. If you would like to learn more about Dianne, click here: http://www.icmi.com.au/dianne-mcgrath Contact ICMI if you require a speaker for your next event here:http://www.icmi.com.au/ Environment Sustainability Leadership Women in Business ICMI Video
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How to effectively remove some lighting from your office space and maintain correct lighting levels. This activity received funding from the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism as part of the Energy Efficiency Grants Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information and advice contained herein.
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We tell the story of Daphne Bayayi, a Zimbabwean woman who pursued her dream of becoming a commercial farmer. Daphne took advantage of a UN Women-supported land reform programme that increased Zimbabwean women’s access to farm land and productive resources. Daphne now owns and operates a successful tobacco farms that exports a world-class product onto international markets. African women are providers, leaders and innovators. They drive economic growth and build peace, yet for too long the African narrative has been out of their hands. UN Women Stories is an opportunity to re-write herstory, and let African women tell it in their own words. Learn more: http://africa.unwomen.org/en/where-we-are/eastern-and-southern-africa/zimbabwe
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1:20 Keita Aida M’bo, Minister of Environment of Mali 5:40 H.E. Mr. Baron Waqa, President of Nauru 20:40 Mr. Wang Zhongjing, Deputy Director General, Ministry of Finance, China 25:35 Mr. Vladislav Smrz, Deputy Minister for Environment, Czech Republic 29:00 Mr. Yasuhisa Nakao, Deputy Vice Minister of Finance for International Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Japan 34:38 Mr. Robert Sisilo, Ambassador to the United Nations, Solomon Islands 39:00 H.E. Mr. Andrew Yatilman, Minister, Department of Environment, Climate Change and Emergency Management, Micronesia 44:40 H.E. Mr. Alexander Teabo, Minister, Ministry of Environment, Lands, and Agricultural Development (MELAD), Kiribati 51:42 H.E., Ms. Fiame Naomi Mata'afa, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Natural Resources and Environment, Samoa 57:16 Mr. Juan Carlos Mendoza, Managing Director of the Global Mechanism of the UNCCD 1:02:30 H.E. Mr. Pierre Hele, Minister of the Environment, Cameroon 1:11:47 Mr. Wijarn Simachaya, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of National Reserves and Environment, Thailand 1:18:50 H.E. Mr. Riadh Mouakhar, Minister of Local Affairs and Environment, Tunisia 1:25:50 Ms. Cyriaque Sendashonga, Global Director Policy and Programme Group, IUCN 1:30:10 H.E. Ms. Nezha El Ouafi, Secretary of State in Charge of Sustainable Development, Morocco 1:40:37 Mr. Li Yong, Director General of UNIDO 1:49:25 Ms. Carola van Rijnsoever, Ambassador for Sustainable Development, Head of Department of Inclusive Green Growth, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Netherlands 1:56:11 H.E. Mr. Kare Chawicha Debessa, State Minister, Ethiopia 2:00:25 Mr. Ahmadou Sebory Toure, Director General of the Fund for the Safeguard of the Environment, Ministry of Environment, Waters and Forestry, Guinea 2:08:06 H.E. Mr. Thierry Kamach, Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development, Central African Republic 2:13:47 Ms. Iris Betancourt Tellez, Delegate in the Ministry in the Province of Granma, Cuba 2:23:04 H.E. Mr Ohn Winn, Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation, Myanmar 2:27:43 H.E. Batio Bassiere, Minister of the Environment, Green Economy and Climate Change, Burkina Faso 2:33:39 Mr. Dini Abdallah Omar, Secretary General of the Ministry of Habitat, Urban Planning and Environment of Djibouti 2:38:10 Mr. Bright Kumwembe, Principal Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining, Djibouti 2:41:53 H.E. Mr. Pohamba Shifeta, Minister of Environment and Tourism, Namibia 2:48:28 Sue Szabo, Director General, Food Security and Environment, Global Affairs Canada 2:55:57 H.E. Ms. Gale T. C. Rigobert, Minister of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development, Saint Lucia 3:02:16 Maria Helena, Deputy Director-General Climate and Natural Resources, FAO 3:09:00 Mr. Seyed Alimohammad Mousavi, Council Member for the Constituency of Iran, Political and Operational Focal Point, Director General for International Environmental and Sustainable Development Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamic Republic of Iran 3:15:10 H.E. Mr. Damcho Dorji, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bhutan 3:21:40 Mr. Winston Lackin, Adviser to the President of Suriname 3:28:54 H.E. Mr. Schah Zaman Maiwandi, Director General of National Environmental Protection, Member of the Minister Cabinet, Member of the Council of Ministers, Afghanistan 3:37:13 Ms. Rossana Silva Repetto, Executive Secretary for the Minamata Convention 3:43:50 H.E. Mr. Siddikh Abdelkerim Haggar, Secretary General of the Environment, Water, and Fisheries Ministry of Chad 3:50:28 Mr. Jose Pedro de Oliveira Costa, Secretary General for the Ministry of Environment of Brazil 4:00:05 Mr. Roberto Davila, Coordinator of Environmental Planning, Ministry of Environment, Ecuador 4:05:30 Mr. Peter Elder, Director of Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia 4:09:26 Mr. Santiago Francisco Engonga Osono, Secretary of State, Forestry and Environment, Equatorial Guinea
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How to replace 50w halogen downlights with 35w IRC alternatives. This activity received funding from the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism as part of the Energy Efficiency Grants Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information and advice contained herein.
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A look at how strategic investments and partnerships between the Energy Department and automakers have helped the American auto industry become a leader in advanced and fuel-efficient vehicles — creating jobs and boosting profits in the process.
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How to change old incandescent style lights to Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs). This activity received funding from the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism as part of the Energy Efficiency Grants Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information and advice contained herein.
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Learn more about how you can make your passion for adventure a part of your career. Visit https://warnercnr.colostate.edu/hdnr/adventure-tourism/ The Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University.
How to install weather stripping to reduce your businesses heating and cooling bills. This activity received funding from the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism as part of the Energy Efficiency Grants Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information and advice contained herein.
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Moving to Australia from NZ. **SPECIALS ON NOW**. 0800 326 236. Call now for a free quotation! http://www.nzvanlines.co.nz/moving-to-australia **Moving to Australia from New Zealand** New Zealand Van Lines have been helping Kiwis ‘cross the ditch’ since 1986. We provide a range of comprehensive moving solutions of all Australian locations. Australia remains one of the most population destinations for Kiwis moving abroad and international relocations to Australia have truly become one of our specialties. We have consistently delivered quality removal services to all of our clients making the move to the ‘Land of Oz’. Whether you're moving to Australia with a full container load or just shipping a few items, contact us and get the benefit of our decades of experience, proven systems and practical relocation advice. We'll help you with every aspect of moving to Australia from planning your move to packing, shipping and clearing customs and how to settle in on arrival. **Moving to Australia: Arranging A Quote for Your Move** It has never been easier to request a quote for your move to Australia. We offer several quote options, from an quick quote, detailed quote or a free no obligation in-home visit by an experienced Move Consultant. **Your Destination for your Move to Australia** Australia is the largest country in the South Pacific boasting a population of 20 million people spread mainly through Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide. Queensland state is known for its tourist attractions and great lifestyle while Sydney is the metropolitan city and Canberra is the country’s capital. Whether you move to Adelaide, Brisbane, The Gold Coast, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney, NZ Van Lines will ensure your relocation to Australia is a stress free experience. **Moving to Australia from NZ** https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZDQKm8LRkE Lets Be Friends On Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NewZealandVanLines Follow Us On Google: https://plus.google.com/104764736944050016046 Subscribe To Our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/nzvanl1nes Useful resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australia Tourism Australia: http://www.australia.com/en-nz Moving to Australia: https://www.govt.nz/browse/leaving-nz/move-and-live-in-australia/moving-to-australia/ Department of Agriculture: http://www.agriculture.gov.au Customs and Quarantine: http://www.australia.gov.au https://plus.google.com/104764736944050016046 Additional Tags: Moving to Australia, Moving to Australia from NZ, Moving to Australia Quote, Moving, Australia. Moving to Adelaide, Moving to Brisbane, Moving to Melbourne, Moving to Sydney, Moving to Perth Moving to Australia from NZ - How to move to Australia
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The Adolescent Girls Empowerment Program (AGEP) is a program for girls ages 10-19 in rural and urban Zambia that aims to find the best ways to improve their social, health, and economic resources. The program involves over 10,000 girls participating in weekly girls’ group meetings, receiving health vouchers and opening savings accounts. Over 5,000 of these girls, unmarried at baseline, are enrolled in a randomized, controlled trial and are being followed over four years—including the two years of the program and two years after. Learn more about AGEP here: http://www.popcouncil.org/research/adolescent-girls-empowerment-program
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John Maynard Keynes biographer Lord Robert Skidelsky says that governments should guarantee employment and a base income for their citizens; two seemingly radical ideas with long histories. June 12, 2012. For video, audio, and transcript, go to: http://www.carnegiecouncil.org/resources/multimedia/20120612/index.html
Dr. Jonathan Peyton is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environment and Geography at the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources. His current research is on the policy implications of northern energy infrastructure megaprojects in subarctic North America. To learn more about Dr. Peyton's research, visit: http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/environment/departments/geography/staff/Peyton.html
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We're inviting the world to dinner to talk about climate change, starting on 12/12 anniversary of Paris Agreement. Now more than ever, lets keep climate on the table. http://EarthToDinner.org #EarthToDinner Film by http://Nirvan.com & http://SpecialOrder.co with Jack Black & Lil Bub Music by: Fol Chen ("Doubles") Presented by GOOD + UN Foundation
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AFN National Chief Phil Fontaine speaks about the Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconcilation Commission. (Remembering the Children: Aboriginal and Church Leaders' Tour, March 2, 2008, Gatineau, Canada.)
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2018 Premier’s Awards in Energy and Mining Award category: Resources Sector – Excellence in Innovation – Production Solution Commendation: Santos for “Moomba Integrated Risk Register”. The Awards are supported by the Department for Energy and Mining, South Australia. http://www.energymining.sa.gov.au/premiers_awards_in_energy_and_mining
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His Excellency Dr. Ahmad bin Abdullah Humaid Belhoul Al Falasi was appointed as Minister of State for Higher Education in February 2016, to supervise the development of higher education and scientific research in the UAE. In October 2017, His Excellency’s portfolio was expanded to include Advanced Skills to equip the UAE youth with the necessary skills for the future. Al Falasi is currently the Chairman of the Federal Authority for Human Resources, and the Chairman UAE Space Agency since June 2017. His Excellency represents the space sector in the National Science, Technology and Innovation Committee. Prior, His Excellency held the position of Chief Executive Officer at Masdar, Executive Director of Strategy and Tourism Sector Development at Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing, and Vice President of Industry Unit of Mubadala Development Company. His Excellency Dr. Ahmad Belhoul Al Falasi had also worked with management consulting firm McKinsey & Company. His Excellency has a Ph.D. from Sir John Monash University, a Master’s from the University of Melbourne, Australia, and a Bachelor in Telecommunications Engineering from KUSTAR, UAE.
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Maybe you’re seeking to invest in capital, boost the productivity of your staff, perhaps wanting to increase your business competitiveness or looking to find the right staff for your business? The webinar covers: The best places to search for the right government grant for you Standard eligibility criteria for grants Hints and tips on what makes a grant application successful. Brought to you in partnership with AusIndustry, the Australian Government’s Department of Employment and VTIC’s digital marketing company Webfirm.
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The Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources in the Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University is deeply committed to Diversity and Inclusion within the Natural Resources field. This video, in part, was used for the promotion of a seminar which featured a diverse panel of nature-based recreation and tourism experts which included representatives from the Colorado Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry, the Children and Nature Network, Latino Outdoors, and Environmental Learning for Kids.
Dianne McGrath is still in the running for The Mars One mission which seeks to establish the first permanent human settlement on Mars. It is a one-way journey. What makes Dianne a suitable astronaut candidate? She is a leader, team player, project manager and creative problem solver. Her experience working in and managing teams in sales, marketing, emergency services and government provides her with a strong platform to work as a unit to deliver on outcomes. Dianne’s sense of adventure, determination and fitness has seen her sail tall ships in the southern ocean, cycle extreme distances, jump from planes, and run marathons and an ultra-marathon. Dianne believes nothing is insurmountable. She has a special interest and growing expertise in sustainable food systems, something that will be critical in a completely new environment for human habitation. Dianne is a proficient public speaker who delivers engaging and dynamic talks to a variety of audiences from school children to corporates to space scientists/enthusiasts. Dianne’s work experience has provided her with strong expertise in project management, marketing and government organisations in her time with the Australian Energy Regulator, Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). While at GSK she won a global marketing award, and held numerous positions, including a global marketing position based in Europe where she was responsible for a $1billion (AUD) brand portfolio, and won a global marketing award. Dianne leads a purposeful life that seeks to create better environmental outcomes. Towards this goal, she is currently the Director of the sustainability and business consultancy, Food for Thought Consulting Australia. Passionate about sustainable food systems, she is also a Director on the boards of three not-for-profit organisations that operate in the food sustainability/community food space: Cultivating Community, 3000acres and the Open Food Network. In this video shares with us what she thinks has been her lucky break in life. If you would like to learn more about Dianne, click here: http://www.icmi.com.au/dianne-mcgrath Contact ICMI if you require a speaker for your next event here: http://www.icmi.com.au/ Leadership Motivational Inspirational Business ICMI Video
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Cameron Hepburn is co-founder of Climate Bridge, based in London. He is very well known in Europe for his expertise in climate change economics, business and policy. Cameron is Professor of environmental economics at the University of Oxford, based at the Smith School and the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School, and is also Professorial Research Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics and a Fellow at New College, Oxford. Cameron previously worked for McKinsey & Company in Australia and Europe and Shell Australia on environmental management. He serves as a Member of the Economics Advisory Group to the UK Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, the Academic Panel for UK DEFRA, as a Director of Vivid Economics Ltd, and on several other advisory boards. Cameron holds first class degrees in law and chemical engineering from Melbourne University, and a masters and doctorate in economics from Oxford University, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar. He has over 30 peer-reviewed publications in a range of disciplines, reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of the challenges in the resources and energy sectors. He has particular expertise in environmental and climate-change economics, with research interests in the theory and implementation of emissions trading, the economics and ethics of cost-benefit analysis, green growth and behavioural economics. Cameron has provided advice on energy and environmental policy to governments and international institutions around the world. He is a member of the Economics Advisory Group (with Lord Stern and Professor Helm) to the UK Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change. He served for almost a decade as a member of the Academic Panel, in the UK Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Department of Energy and Climate Change. He has advised governments (e.g. China, India, UK, Australia) and international institutions (e.g. OECD, UN organisations) on energy, resources and environmental policy. He has also had an entrepreneurial career, co-founding two successful environmental businesses and investing in several other start-ups. In 2006, with Alex Wyatt he co-founded Climate Bridge, a developer of clean energy projects in China and around the world, with offices in four countries. Also in 2006, with Robin Smale he co-founded Vivid Economics, a boutique economics consultancy where he has worked with private sector (and government) clients on strategy in relation to market structure and resource, energy and environmental issues. He is an investor in Purpose, a firm that uses digital technology to create mass consumer movements, and DoSustainability, a specialist electronic publisher. Held at the iconic Sydney Opera House on 14 September, The Advance Global Australian Summit and Awards celebrated international Australians who exhibit remarkable talent, exceptional vision and ambition. The Awards are the only of its kind to recognise the contributions of the one million Australians living abroad, and those who have returned home. More information at www.globalaustralianawards.com. For the 2015 Advance Global Australian Awards and Summit we were delighted to partner with Australia Channel, the international service of Sky News Australia designed to meet the needs of expats wanting the freshest news from home, and to highlight the benefits of Australia as a business, tourism and investment destination. More information at www.australiachannel.com.au.
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