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Approach to Environment

Is this workplace and/or sponsors environmentally aware about their environment record and footprint?

Yes they are aware and have many policies and guidelines in place:

NBN Co will provide the broadband infrastructure necessary to allow smart, connected and sustainable communities to be built. The services that will be offered by NBN Co's partners - service providers, will assist Australia in tackling climate change. 

For example, service providers may offer video conferencing that can remove the need to travel for face-to-face meetings.
 

Also smart meters combined with in-home displays have the potential to improve operational efficiency and significantly reduce the amount of energy used by Australian households.

At NBN Co, we will also strive to reduce the impact on the environment in the way we operate our business. We will seek out and implement practices that are environmentally sustainable and socially responsible. We are committed to operating in a way that minimises pollution and complies with relevant environmental legislation, industry standards and codes of practice.


http://www.nbnco.com.au/about-us/corporate-nbn-responsibility/approach-to-environment.html

Responses by stakeholders





Since the announcement, the NBN has received both criticism and praise from politicians, telecommunication companies, businesses and the public. The Coalition has described the NBN as a "dangerous delusion" and "a white elephant on a massive scale"; instead advocating a policy focused on filling "gaps" in the current copper networks where "commercial solutions were not always viable". Nationals senator Barnaby Joyce said the NBN mirrors a proposal released by their think tank, saying it "delivers a strategic infrastructure outcome" and it is "vitally important that the [NBN] gets to the corners of our country where the market has failed". The Greens said the NBN "is a key piece of 21st century infrastructure". Independent MPs Rob Oakeshott, Tony Windsor, Bob Katter and Andrew Wilkie have expressed support for the NBN. Bob Katter said the NBN is "a great thing for this country". Tony Windsor said the NBN is "too good an opportunity to miss". Family First Party leader Steve Fielding said the NBN will "bring [Australia] up to speed".


Telecommunication companies Optus, iiNet, Internode, and Vodafone-Hutchison, have expressed support for the project, along with the Australian Internet Industry Association, which said optical fibre solutions are "a critical part in the evolution of the internet". Internode managing director Simon Hackett said he was "glad [the NBN is] going to go ahead". Vodafone-Hutchison CEO Nigel Dews said the NBN will “transform the competitive landscape”. However, other telecommunications companies including AAPT, PIPE Networks and Exetel have expressed opposition to the NBN. AAPT chief executive Paul A. Broad said the NBN will "stifle competition". PIPE Networks founder Bevan Slattery said the NBN is "economically irresponsible". Exetel chief executive John Linton described the NBN as a "political stunt".


Microsoft, Google and Intel have expressed their support for the NBN. Google's head of engineering, Alan Noble, said the NBN will "be the greatest enabler of innovation". Intel managing director Philip Cronin said "the NBN has the potential to deliver significant long term benefits". The Swinburne University of Technology conducted a survey of Australian Internet usage for the World Internet Project between September 2009 and October 2009. The survey of 1,000 people asked about Internet usage and how it influences daily life. A question was included asking if the NBN was a "good idea"; 74.5 per cent agreed. In the survey, the NBN had stronger support among younger people and Internet users.


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