Post has attachment
Introducing the Science Party!

The party formerly known as the Future Party has now been renamed the Science Party. I thought this would be interesting to a few of you! If you have any questions about it, let me know, otherwise you are all invited to join, volunteer, donate etc. Get involved! This is OUR PARTY!

http://www.futureparty.org.au/introducing_the_science_party

Post has attachment
The Future Party is thinking of changing name to the Science Party. We're having an SGM to discuss and vote in this. You are all welcome to come along, join the discussion etc.

We have regular meetings on Monday and Wednesday evenings discussing this and more (check the calendar on the website) and there is info about how to join etc there too. any questions please ask me!

http://www.futureparty.org.au/changing_to_science_party

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Our Federal Enivironment Minister apparently believes you can just "take science off the table"...
And just like that, it goes away.
If only we'd realised years ago that it's that simple to solve.
Happily ever after.

(BTW who wants to update this Wikipedia page he's referring to?)

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Good luck to anyone going to the future party meeting tonight. I'd love to know how it goes. Looking forward to  seeing what comes out of it. I hope we get a bit of discussion afterwards.

Post has attachment
In this video presentation for International Project Management Day 2013 NASA’s Ed Hoffman discusses the expanding role and the new opportunities and challenges of the discipline of project management in the age of globalization. Using a NASA case study he will outline best practices of implementation for international projects. A must see presentation on the future of the project management profession. Register today http://bit.ly/GPETLB

Post has attachment
Help us launch an advertising campaign to show Malcolm Turnbull he must hear us.

Right now, Malcolm Turnbull’s conducting a major review of the NBN - it’s a critical time where he’s thinking through his options. Initially, he only backed fibre to the node, but he’s now saying he's open to a range of technologies. This shows he is listening, a little at least, and we have a window to influence his decision.

Imagine him waking up and seeing our message - that Australians support an FTTP NBN - on the front of his local newspaper.

Can you help chip in to our campaign to get advertising in Malcolm Turnbull’s local newspaper? Every little bit will help us get closer to sending Malcolm Turnbull the message on behalf of Australia.

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/get-malcolm-turnbull-to-listen-to-australia-about-the-nbn/x/5006292
Wait while more posts are being loaded