Melaleuca Media
Consultancies





A list of consultancies
Consultancies performed by Melaleuca Media and/or its directors on request for other organisations include: More>>




Rich Countries, Poor Water
This WWF report was the first to give an overview of severe and looming water issues for First World countries and cities and made quite a splash in... 4 Aug 2006 More>>


International Congress on Entomology media liaison

Media Liaison: International Congress on Entomology
Media liaison for the International Congress of Entomology, a major international scientific symposium held every four years. ICE 2004 brought around... More>>


Facing the future

Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development Report
Facing the future was the major output of the Australian regional component of the global Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development... More>>




Biodiversity: a guide for politicians
Susan Brown and Phil Dickie wrote Biodiversity: A politician's guide on behalf of the Biological Diversity Advisory Council. Strong demand for... More>>




Two tier real estate markets in Queensland
Phil Dickie conducted an investigation into real estate marketing abuses on the Gold Coast on behalf of Queensland's Department of Fair Trading. The... More>>


homeless

Media liaison: report on homelessness
Melaleuca Media handling of the release of this report on homelessness for Uniting Care's Centre for Social Justice in Queensland delivered the TV... More>>


Acumen

Quality and distinctive business writing
Queensland's quality business bi-monthly Business Acumen Queensland retained Melaleuca Media at its inception to provide lead features and... More>>


Future

Future proofing Australia
When the WWF and the Humane Society International wanted a bold new idea for the environment movement to take to government, they turned to Susan... More>>


Brisbane Housing Company

Raising a profile: Brisbane Housing Company
The Brisbane Housing Company came to Melaleuca Media for a higher profile and better appreciation of their work providing low income inner city... More>>