Edge Environment and Sustainable Future Group have announced a joint service offering that guarantees to improve the Green Star rating of a building at zero net cost, according to the companies.
Researchers from Edith Cowan University are building a 300 m2 greenhouse using transparent glass that can generate 50 W/m2 of surface area.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Infrastructure, Transport and Cities has tabled its report 'Harnessing Value, Delivering Infrastructure'.
The NSW Office of Environment & Heritage has announced that its 2017 Environmental Research grants program is now open for expressions of interest (EOIs), with a total of $1 million in funding available for this year.
CSIRO has partnered with Celestino to establish the Urban Living Lab at the Sydney Science Park — a place where researchers, industry, government and communities can create, design and test innovative urban development concepts in the real world.
Despite clear and overwhelming evidence that our climate is changing right now, the appetite for action at a political level is diminishing.
The Green Building Council of Australia and the International WELL Building Institute are working collaboratively to promote health and wellbeing in the design, construction and operations of buildings, fitouts and communities in Australia.
The Victorian Government has announced a $6 million initiative to improve home energy efficiency and save money for those most in need.
The $950,000 NSW Smart Sensing Network brings together smart sensing expertise in academia, industry and government to develop a collaborative and innovative network that is expected to deliver economic and social benefits for NSW.
A call for abstracts has been circulated for Waste Summit, a free-to-attend industry conference taking place in October this year.
The Australian Government is partnering with XPRIZE and Tata Group to run the Water Abundance XPRIZE — an open challenge to use technology to improve affordable access to clean water in high-humidity areas where water is currently unavailable or inaccessible.
Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) has given its full backing to the Australian Government's Smart Cities and Suburbs Program, but claimed that additional support programs will strengthen the program's ability to shape the marketplace.