Hannagan & Bushnell

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Hannagan & Bushnell is a small Melbourne-based PR firm which was set up by John Hannagan and Noel Bushnell.

In 2001 Australian CPA (business intelligence briefing retrieved from Factiva) wrote: "The company's philosophy is to take a positive approach to environmental issues by creating efficient processes, and partnerships with employees and the community. The company had environmental experience with BHP in OK Tedi during the 1990s, and with Alcoa Australia during green activism in Western Australia. Through stewardship, Alcoa became a laureate of the UN Global 500 Roll of Honour for service to the environment."


Hannagan had previously worked as a journalist with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and then as the corporate affairs manager for Alcoa, an aluminium and bauxite company 40% owned by WMC.

Noel Bushnell (formerly of Australian Business), helped manage an anti-Kyoto, anti-greens campaign on behalf of client the Australian Industry Greenhouse Network. Hannagan represented the Australian aluminium industry at the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in Bonn.

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Articles By Hannagan

  • John Hannagan, "Let's Bring Sustainable Development Back To Earth", Australian Financial Review, 31 August 2002
  • John Hannagan, "Kyoto has produced a lot of hot air", Australian Financial Review, 14 June 2002
  • John Hannagan, "Looking Closely Before We Leap", Australian Financial Review, 19 November 2001

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