In a changing project approvals landscape, building strong, genuine and positive relationships with stakeholders becomes even more critical.
Originally Published in The West Australian on Saturday 24 June as Australia not assured of superstar status in batteries race. This week’s launch of the Commonwealth Government’s Critical Minerals Strategy highlights not only the tremendous opportunities that lie in front of Australia but also the… Read More »Clock’s Ticking on our Opportunity as a Critical Minerals Superpower
Long-time Woodside corporate affairs executive Tim Walster has joined Corporate Affairs Australia (CAA) as an equal partner with founder Simon Corrigan. Since its establishment in November 2021 CAA has been providing full-service corporate affairs support for its growing client base, including some of Australia’s best-known… Read More »Tim Walster joins Corporate Affairs Australia
On 12 June Premier Mark McGowan announced plans to retire state-owned coal generation, which has formed the historic bedrock of the WA energy system, by 2030. This in turn enabled the State to announce an ambitious WA Government emissions reduction target of 80 per cent… Read More »Coal’s (not so) long goodbye
The 2022 Federal election was about change. The Australian electorate couldn’t have been clearer that they were looking for a change of government, which was delivered. However, they were also looking for a bigger change, and this election has fundamentally changed Australian politics. The saying… Read More »Federal Election 2022 – Embrace the Change
15 November 2021 Simon Corrigan, long term mining corporate affairs professional and former Director at WA strategic communications firm Cannings Purple, has launched a new corporate affairs agency. The new agency, Corporate Affairs Australia (CAA), provides the full spectrum of corporate affairs services including community… Read More »Introducing Corporate Affairs Australia
Originally published on LinkedIn. Action on climate change has been the subject of a culture war in Australia for more than a decade. With the Morrison government ready to commit to net-zero carbon Emissions by 2050, does this mark the end of the climate culture… Read More »Is a ceasefire near in the climate culture war – or is it about to go nuclear?