Going bananas about food waste

Going bananas about food waste

There’s little debate that we’re wasting more food than is good for us or the planet. But what can we do about it? Political, academic and social leaders, Oz Harvest and the United Nations Environment Programme came together in a healthy discussion about what’s wrong – and what ...
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Sustainability and behaviour change

Sustainability and behaviour change

Not long ago, our CEO spoke to people at the Interpretation Australia national conference, Future Challenge, about how the marketing and advertising industries could inspire interpretive specialists. Here's a bloggified version of the presentation.
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‘Nike moment’ for smart phones?

‘Nike moment’ for smart phones?

We all love having the latest smart phones, but how should we respond when we hear about the mistreatment of workers or toxic e-waste from the making of those gadgets? There’s been a lot dispute on this lately, but if we can connect the dots, we will see how we as citizens and consumers can change the future of the mobile phone industry.
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White, light and hard (to recycle)

White, light and hard (to recycle)

You’ll read a lot about recycling when exploring themes with our work or checking the small print on what we produce, though we’d like to consider state of one of the greatly neglected recyclable materials: expanded polystyrene (or EPS). EPS is that bulky, bright white, super-light plastic packaging foam that helps keep our drinks on ice and our new appliances from harm.
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Revangelism and Pecha Kucha

Revangelism and Pecha Kucha

Earlier this year, CEO Matthew Wright-Simon presented his 6-minute 40-second 'Pecha' for Pecha Kucha Adelaide. Drawing its name from the Japanese term for the sound of 'chit chat', it rests on a presentation format that is based on a simple idea: 20 images x 20 seconds. It's a format that makes presentations concise, and keeps things moving at a rapid pace.
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