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A new way to encourage women on boards
From June 30, Goldman Sachs Group Inc will only help take a company public if it has at least one diverse board member, as their research shows such companies perform better after listing, The policy will apply to U.S. and European companies and will increase over time, with the bank requiring two diverse board members starting in June 2021. The focus is on encouraging women candidates. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-goldman-sachs-ipo-diversity-idUSKBN1ZM2MK
25th January 2020 by IdeaSpies 1 Comments
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https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-09-29/political-convicts-chartists-made-australian-democracy/11520622

 
18th January 2020 by Glenn Barnes 2 Comments
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https://www.conventioncitoyennepourleclimat.fr/)

 
17th January 2020 by Glenn Barnes 0 Comments
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-51111796

 
17th January 2020 by Glenn Barnes 4 Comments
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A FOCUS ON the FACTS and not Political Power Plays CAN MOVE AUSTRALIA FORWARD
Yet again we are seeing political manoeuvring and power plays overtaking common sense as the dialogue develops on how to learn th
16th January 2020 by Glenn Barnes 1 Comments
(7 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)
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Community Consultation made Fun
Question: Do you want more car parking or more green space?  The District Council of Yankalilla, South Australia, went to the community to help determine the future of the Normanville Foreshore. Instead of using a tick box questionnaire they set up 6 stations which were staffed, so that alongside this visual activity was someone listening to the commentary and capturing comments. Council staff loved the opportunity to connect with the community and hear what they had to say.  This station clearly illustrates the preference of the community when it comes to the question of preference of green space vs car parking spaces.
12th January 2020 by lynnwood 1 Comments
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