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Aither offers a new approach to economic, policy and strategy consulting. Drawing together diverse people, disciplines and ideas, we translate new thinking into leading analysis, insights and advice. Applying our expertise to the natural world through our specialist work in water, infrastructure, environment and emergency management, we help clients turn information into knowledge and ideas into action. Ultimately we empower our public, private and not for profit clients to contribute to improved economic, social and environmental outcomes by helping inform decisions about the issues that matter. Welcome to Aither.

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Is preserving 50% of the planet for nature a good idea?

Currently, about 15 per cent of the earth's land and 7 per cent of our oceans are protected in nature reserves. It doesn't sound like...

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Is Northern California wine a gill-ty pleasure?

In Northern California, a decision is being made about whether or not PG&E’s Potter Valley Project (a hydroelectric facility) will...

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Who's the boss?

The recent recommendation from the Economic Regulatory Authority (Western Australia’s economic regulator) and statements from the WA...

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Clear accountability shouldn't be the last resort

An engineers report, commissioned by property owners at a resort built by the Mantra Group in Hervey Bay, states that the seawall...

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Climate change - turning up the heat on regional growth

The 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics are currently in full swing, with 2,952 athletes from 92 countries competing in 102 events. Even as...

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Is it up to regulators to Spark innovation?

Regulatory frameworks (including those in Australia) implicitly require the sector to consider the value of innovation through the...

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Targets drive Closing the Gap

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is set to deliver the 10th annual Closing the Gap address in Canberra today. Originally established by,...

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An environment ripe for investment

More and more money is being committed to 'green investments' however, as the article below notes, committed funding is exceeding the...

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Socio-economic analysis of the MDB Plan: what's next?

There's been a lot of debate about the social, economic and environmental benefits and costs of the Basin Plan. Good economic analysis...

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That disaster was your fault

Until relatively recently it was a commonly held view that climate change had a significant effect on the weather and natural disasters....

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Bonds. Green Bonds.

Green bonds, financial investments issued specifically to fund environmental projects, are on the rise and shaking up the financial...

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Post-disaster inquiries - are we learning yet?

Significant natural disasters and emergencies in Australia are typically followed by formal post-event inquiries and reviews. The...

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