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Q: What is great to see but unfortunately only half green?

August 20, 2007


A: The Australian Computing Society’s Green ICT Policy The CfS Agenda places a high priority on engaging with professional and industry groups to articulate computing’s response to sustainability. This, then, is very exciting: Environmental considerations are set to become an integral part of the professional conduct, practice and ethical considerations that ICT professionals will bring […]

Beginning a dialogue to generate a vision (2)

August 7, 2007


 Where are local businesses on Willard’s continuum? Remembering how Bob Willard identifies five stages of an organisations adoption of sustainability. I think these are very useful – it helps give context to problems and decisions. I liked this distinction(full post) Stage 4 companies “do the right things” so that they are successful businesses. Stage 5 […]

Beginning a dialogue to generate a vision

August 6, 2007


The “every graduate” approach means that sustainable practice is recognised as a core capability which must be developed within the context of each discipline. A premise of the CfS Agenda is that we work with disciplines to articulate appropriate responses, coming at problems from both incremental and transformative directions. The first four items on the […]