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Murray Hogarth

Murray Hogarth is a business environmentalist, working in the dynamic territory where capitalism collides with social change and big brands run into green activism. Through Ecos Corporation, one of the world’s oldest specialist sustainability...

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Murray Hogarth is a business environmentalist, working in the dynamic territory where capitalism collides with social change and big brands run into green activism. Through Ecos Corporation, one of the world’s oldest specialist sustainability strategy firms, Murray advises corporations, governments and community groups on surviving and thriving in a climate change world.
Murray Hogarth is an active thought-leader and communicator, with publications including:
The End of Greenwash: How to unlock the consumer potential for sustainability (for release in August 2008 by the Total Environment Centre)
The 3rd Degree: Frontline in Australia’s Climate War, a book which explores Australia’s climate awakening, and how the nation will fight its greatest challenge from five main perspectives – politics, business, the media, the environment movement and consumerism (2007, Pluto Australia) Single Bottom Line Sustainability (2002, co-authored with Ecos Corporation colleagues Paul Gilding and Don Reed).
Before joining Ecos in 1999, Murray Hogarth had an award-winning career in print and television journalism. He reported for flagship ABC-TV current affairs programs Four Corners and The 7.30 Report, and with top newspaper mastheads such as The National Times and The Australian, culminating with a spell as Environment Editor at The Sydney Morning Herald.
Murray Hogarth is a regular speaker on climate and sustainability issues. He is a director of Wattwatchers, a new consumer-focused energy efficiency technology company, a special adviser to the Total Environment Centre’s Green Capital Program, a longstanding Board member of the Environmental Defenders’ Office of NSW, and is sustainability mentor to community action group Climate Coolers and its campaign to engage 1 million Australian women in practical climate action.