1. David Ritter and Rachel Lowry on conservation

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    Assistant editor Nathan Scolaro chats with David Ritter, CEO of Greenpeace Australia Pacific and Rachel Lowry, Director of Wildlife Conservation and Science at Zoos Australia about conservation, our relationship to nature and seafood labelling.

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    • More Solar - Introduction Video 2015

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      • WeSpire - The Leading Employee Engagement Platform

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        Learn about WeSpire, the employee engagement platform that empowers forward-thinking global organizations to reach their greatest potential. With the only configurable library consisting of hundreds of action-based programs backed by applied behavioral science, WeSpire enables individuals and entire organizations to drive measurable, positive impact.

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        • From Denmark to Mozambique: Health on Two Wheels | Novo Nordisk

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          From Bagsv?rd to Beira: Blue bikes hit the roads of Mozambique Anyone who has ever visited Denmark will know that bicycles are one thing the country is certainly not lacking. The sprawling Novo Nordisk sites across Denmark are no exception, where Novo Nordisk-branded bikes help employees get around between buildings throughout the day. In 2009, Novo Nordisk was approached by Danish bicycle leasing firm Baisikeli with an idea for an innovative partnership. Novo Nordisk would lease bikes for employee use over a two-and-a-half-year period, after which they would be sent to Africa. Here they would be refitted at local bike shops to fit local transportation needs and then sold. Read the release: http://bit.ly/1BIr8Yv ? 2015 | 3BL Media/Novo Nordisk | All Rights Reserved

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          • Glenn Murcutt Exhibition Construction Time Lapse

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            GMEX is a collaborative, multidisciplinary design studio, led by Jack DeBartolo 3, curating and constructing an exhibition of the works of Australian architect and Pritzker Prize laureate Glenn Murcutt. The exhibition, open December 2014 through spring 2015 at the ASU Art Museum, profiles a selection of Murcutt’s built works through his drawings and working methods. This travelling exhibition is making it’s first appearance in the United States. The goals of the exhibition are to expose visitors to the life and work of Murcutt, to educate them on responsive architecture, and to create a dialogue on the lessons to be taken from Murcutt as they apply to Arizona’s climate and culture. Our graduate student design team consists of 7 architecture students, 2 interior architecture students, and 3 graphic design students. Through a series of iterations, including allusions to the eucalyptus forests native to Australia, and the concepts of indoors versus front porch versus nature, we ultimately came to a design that lets Muructt’s work speak for itself, with little voice from our curatorial team. We explored ideas of presenting a strong contrast between the methods and practice of Murcutt and the typical building development so prevalent in Arizona and the U.S., but came to the decision that we want our visitors to leave on a note of inspiration rather than shame--to leave wondering what they can do to bring Murcutt’s values into their everyday lives.

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            • GE Insight Refrigerator

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              • Apresentação Institucional - Bandeira Design - "O que é Design para você?"

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                Vídeo de apresentação de posicionamento de mercado. A visão e a importância do Design com apresentação de Portfólio. Design é a Ferramenta. Estratégia é o ofício. Inovação é o resultado. Sustentabilidade é a causa.

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                • SMARTER COUNTRY, A VOD

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                  As Australia struggles with the harsh effects of climate change, green pioneers and visionaries are working towards an ecologically sustainable future in agriculture, architecture, renewable energy, and how we live on our planet - both here and in America, China and in developing countries. In a climate of uncertainly, green pioneers are pushing ahead with their visions of the future. Many citizens have limited knowledge of the opportunities that will come from taking a more creative approach to renewable energy, ecologically sustainable farming, greener buildings and lifestyles and other innovations. But despite this there is now a whole army of people urgently mapping the future. This documentary follows four main characters, Sydney’s Lord Mayor Clover Moore, Professor Tim Flannery, Senator Christine Milne, and the young Matthew Wright, founder of Beyond Zero Emissions, as they work to embrace change and educate the public. It features past American vice President Al Gore, American President Barack Obama, Australian Prime Ministers Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott, Minister for the Environment Greg Hunt, and passionate advocates Professor Julian Cribb, Chris Dunstan, Dr. David Mills, Sylvia Tulloch, Al Gore and Cate Blanchett. Through them we see exciting new possibilities including the Pixel Carbon Neutral Building, Dyesol, the University of NSW Solar PV School, Randwick TAFE, Capital Wind Farm, Liddell solar thermal plant, and the Institute of Sustainable Futures. Architects Richard Francis-Jones and Frank Gehry create aesthetic cutting edge designs, and Michael Mobbs creates a green street growing food in the city. The documentary also examines our relationships with China and other countries and their efforts to use renewable energy. Australia now has a price on carbon, but proposals for expanded coal mines, coal seam gas and natural gas plants suggest business as usual. Through A Smarter Country we glimpse a future that moves from old technologies to a world that could be more creative, sustainable and equitable, and the pioneering people who are intent on taking us there. "A compelling view of the future advancing so much faster than we realise." - Robyn Williams, The Science Show, ABC. "It's easy for people to sink into despair about the climate change evil genie being out of the bottle. But this film is simply inspiring in its coverage of the many ways governments and individuals can make big differences." - Professor Simon Chapman, Public Health, University of Sydney. “A Smarter Country deserves to find a wide audience because it searches deeply into issues the general media can only skim past. And these are not matters for today or tomorrow - they are for all time.” - Geoffrey Cousins, businessman & entrepreneur.

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                  • More Solar - Corporate Video presentation

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