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Latest Articles by Dr Georgina Davis

The Sustainable Engineering Society (SENG), Engineers Australia, War on Waste Session

Thanks to the Sustainable Engineering Society (SENG), Engineers Australia, for inviting me to speak at their War on Waste session on 3 July 2018.

At the event held at Engineering House, located in Brisbane City, I had the privilege to present alongside three amazing speakers, Richard Denniss, Kali Martin, & Dr Gareth Forde. There was also a panel session at the end of the presentations which widely engaged the audience.

The presentations and recording of the panel session are on the SENG website under the bottom of the event page https://www.seng.org.au/node/771. This is free to view by anyone.

Biosolids – Friend of Foe of Queensland’s Agricultural Sector

Recently there has been increasing rhetoric throughout the media on both the opportunities and risks posed by recycled and non-recycled organic wastes being spread to farmland stimulated, in part, by the adoption of more ‘plate to paddock’ approaches.  Last month’s...

Regional Queensland Leading Innovation

For those who have not seen this study, last year the Queensland Government released the findings of a study within the Queensland community to obtain a greater understanding of the public’s current perceptions and attitudes towards innovation. For a copy of the...