Utopia Homelands ProjectLearn How We Do It
Pre-Payment Meters and Energy Efficiency in Indigenous HouseholdsLearn How We Do It
This report focuses on the issues of energy consumption in remote Indigenous homes, particularly those who have low incomes or are otherwise marginalised.
Our Place 43 available nowLearn How We Do It
CATs community engagement in the NT in 2012Learn How We Do It
View the maps of where CAT worked in the Northern Terrritory in 2012.
CAT Annual Report 2012Learn How We Do It
Read CAT’s 2012 Annual Report
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Remote Indigenous innovation exported to the world
CAT Projects Pty Ltd recently won a Northern Territory Export and Industry Award and is a national finalist in 51st Australian Export Awards to be announced towards the end of 2013. This adds to the considerable recognition CAT Projects has already received, including the prestigious Sir William Hudson Award for Engineering Excellence…
New research – Service delivery and Aboriginal employment
Orbiting in Place – A West Kimberley case study of Indigenous Sector employment and service delivery This paper presents findings of research on remote Indigenous service delivery and Indigenous employment, conducted with the Centre for Appropriate Technology (CAT) in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia. The study…
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CAT’s impact in 2012
An overview of just a few highlights of what CAT achieved in Indigenous communities in QLD, NT and WA during 2012.
In 2011, CAT undertook the first national round of case studies of Indigenous self build initiatives. Residents of sixteen small communities and six Indigenous organisations in the NT, WA and Queensland who had been involved in ‘self-build’ housing projects were interviewed. The aim was to gain an understanding…