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In a year of sporting mega-events, the Brisbane Olympics can learn a lot from the ones that fail their host cities

By Anthony Halog, Lecturer/Research Group Leader in Industrial Ecology and Circular Economy, The University of Queensland
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Planning has begun for the 2032 Brisbane Olympics and already it’s clear the city has learned from the mistakes of other hosts, but its plans to be truly sustainable have one glaring weak point.The Conversation

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