THE ECONOMICS OF SUSTAINABILITY

As Director of the Centre for Industrial Sustainability at the University of Cambridge, Professor Steve Evans plays a central role informing and influencing the UK’s transformation towards a sustainable industrial system. We spoke with Professor Steve Evans to get a better understanding of his work and the industrial transition afoot towards more sustainable operating models.

A SHARPER VISION FOR A CLEANER FUTURE

 Dr Stefanos Fotiou is responsible for the planning and implementation of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific’s work on natural resources management, climate change, sustainable urban development, and the green economy. From decarbonisation through to the cities of the future, we sat down with Stefanos to sharpen our approach to the epidemic political and industrial challenges that threaten our sustainability outlook.

CHARTING A NEW PATH TO PROGRESS

 The ongoing pandemic has had a consequential impact on all sectors of the national economy, but perhaps none more than the airline industry. As Group Executive, Government, Industry, International, Sustainability at QANTAS Airways, Andrew Parker has visibility over the disruption that has unfolded and the potential for sustainable change moving forward. We sat down with Andrew to discuss what is on the horizon for the nation’s carrier. 

THE ROAD TO SUSTAINABLE RETAIL

As Chief Property, Export and Sustainability Officer for the Coles Group, Thinus Keeve has a unique
perspective on the sustainability journey being undertaken by one of the nation’s most iconic
Retailers. From renewable energy partnerships through to experiential store concepts, we
spoke with Thinus to find out how Coles is realising its ambition to be Australia’s most
sustainable supermarket.