INSIGHTS

We regularly share our thoughts and tips on creating a truly sustainable business on our blog.

National Pollutant Inventory

National Pollutant Inventory

It is that time of year again, many Environmental Officer and Advisors are running around trying to complete their NPI reports. For those in that space, be relieved it is almost over for another year and for some of your maybe you are just not aware or involved in NPI reporting, if this is the case this Insight might be of interest.

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Safety for the Next Generation

Safety for the Next Generation

Children today are spending less time outdoors than their parents did, due largely to the development of technology and an increasingly risk averse society, resulting in children not being able practice risk assessment which allows them to match their skills with the demands of the environment (Almon 2013).

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Threats to Biodiversity

Threats to Biodiversity

We should also recognise that biodiversity holds great importance to humans. By respecting the values and benefits that we gain from Australia’s natural diversity, we can improve the way we manage and protect our biodiversity, and our wellbeing.

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The Amazing Western Australian Underground Orchid

The Amazing Western Australian Underground Orchid

This strange little orchid is endemic to Western Australia and it lives, blooms, and sets seed entirely underground. It is extremely rare, with very few known populations, which are unpublished to the general public for its protection, think of it if you will witness protection, as fewer than 50 mature plants are known to exist.

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Keep Australia Beautiful Week

Keep Australia Beautiful Week

Download PDF: ISPL Insight - Keeping your Australia Beautiful If you haven’t heard yet, the 20-26 August is Keep Australia Beautiful (KAB) week. This year focuses on marine litter with the Save our Seas campaign (SOS). The idea behind SOS is to raise awareness about...

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The Ecological Footprint

The Ecological Footprint

The Ecological Footprint also referred to as the Human Footprint, is a globally implemented metric for measuring the Earth’s natural resources and the extent to which we use them. It can be simply explained through an economic and accounting description of the demand and supply for earth’s natural resources.

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School Holidays: Backyard Biology

School Holidays: Backyard Biology

School holidays are a great time to spend some time doing some backyard biology. Invite and encourage your children to investigate living things in your backyard, parks, nature reserves and playgrounds. Experiments, trivia and fun facts bring plants, animals and microorganisms to life .

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