Toll Group has been recognised at the National Energy Efficiency Awards 2017, taking out the award for Best Industrial Energy Efficiency Project for its recently upgraded Toll–Nike facility.
Energy Networks Australia is developing a new suite of guidelines with a focus on a more consumer-friendly approach to connect renewables to the grid.
The second annual Future Cities Hackathon has been won by two teams, both of whom have utilised blockchain technology to reward energy efficiency among Australian households and businesses.
The Food Sustainability Index (FSI) 2017 has been released, ranking 34 countries according to their food system sustainability.
The future of the built environment will be on show at ARBS 2018, Australia's international air-conditioning, refrigeration and building services trade exhibition.
Could a fountain save a life? New research has found that installing more water features — including public fountains, ponds and mist — in Western Sydney could reduce the mortality rate during heatwaves by almost 50%.
Palm oil producer Wilmar International has partnered with ING to convert a portion of its existing revolving credit facility of US$150 million with the bank into a sustainability performance-linked loan.
The winners of the NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards 2017 have been announced, after the judges had the difficult task of narrowing down the highest number of entries ever received in the competition's 15-year history.
The winners of WWF-New Zealand's 2017 Conservation Innovation Awards have been announced, with three innovative ideas eventually selected out of a record-breaking 47 entries and 35 finalists.
Australian sustainability researchers are among the winners of the 2017 CSIRO Awards, presented at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra.
New Zealand's dairy sector has launched its 'Dairy Tomorrow' strategy, which is intended to lead to a longer term conversation about what New Zealand's future farm and food systems could look like.
Urban SOS 2017: hOUR City is a global student ideas competition that challenged multidisciplinary teams to connect more people in regions around the world to the opportunities found in contemporary cities.
The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition is heading to Adelaide in 2018.
Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation Angus Taylor has announced the recipients of the first grants under the federal Smart Cities and Suburbs program, awarding $28.5 million to 52 projects across Australia.
A conference focused on the circular economy is being held in Adelaide's Tonsley Innovation District, bringing together business, government and academia to collectively work towards a more sustainable and circular economy for South Australia and the country more broadly.