Jemma Green recently gave this speech at a leadership event with Fiona Stanley.
When I was at investment bank J.P. Morgan, in 2009, a big piece of research from the UK Human Rights Commission came out looking at gender discrimination in the financial services sector.
It found that women in banking earned 55% less than men, compared to an econ
The Pilbara has had a remarkable boom in recent years, but with the current slowdown comes questions about its long-term future. The need to diversify the local economy is obvious, but how do you do this? In our report, Pilbara 2050 we have explore
Since the publication of Pilbara 2050 last week, we, the authors, have been amazed at the reception. Both enthusiastic at times and wounded or even overtly hostile responses to what seemed to us to be undeniably a straight forward proposition: That we could plan things better.
The true picture of what households have to stomach each month became very clear today.
Chanel 9 news reported that in a new study from the Committee for Perth, residents of Perth spend an average of $2,000 per
Ben Caldecott from Oxford University, former liberal party leader and chair of the Asset Owners Disclosure Project, John Hewson and Jemma Green from Carbon Tracker and Curtin University gave a talk at Sydney University about stranded assets in April 2014.
Jemma Green's talk focused on stranded assets. It sounds a complex term but she tried to e
Unless you have been living under a rock, you couldn’t help but hear the dying wail of manufacturing here in Australia. Car manufacturing and food manufacturing being the most recent victims. There’s no shortage of potential contributors: the high Australian dollar, the natural resources sector, the unions, cheap foreign imports, etc.