As governments around the world search for ways to reduce carbon outputs and slow climate change, an Australian company has developed a way to generate money from the process.
A new initiative will track emissions reduction commitments made by Australian companies, governments and organisations on a single national platform.
Australian tech company Power Ledger has partnered with Silicon Valley Power to trial its carbon credit reporting tool C6 at an electric vehicle charging station in California.
An international research team has developed an emission-free power generation method, combining biomass and coal gasification with carbon capture and storage technology.
The Morrison Government has delivered a pre-election 2019–20 federal Budget designed to put money in the hands of many voters but how do the sustainability initiatives stack up?
An international study has revealed that modern coal-fired power stations produce more ultrafine particles (UFPs) than road traffic and can modify and redistribute rainfall patterns.
Australia is installing renewable power faster than any other country, and could meet its Paris Agreement emissions reduction target five years early as a result.
Australia will fall short of its 2030 emissions reduction target without a major effort to move to a low-carbon model, according to the OECD.
Sydney's Inner West Council will systematically replace streetlights in residential streets with new LED lights that will use less power, save money and reduce emissions.
Visy Industries plans to invest $30 million of CEFC finance across a range of energy-efficient, renewable and low-emissions technologies over the next four years.
The Sydney Opera House has officially become carbon neutral, meeting its target to reduce emissions five years ahead of schedule.
The founding signatories of the World Building Council's Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment include 11 businesses, 22 cities and four states and regions.
A new report from ClimateWorks Australia finds that Australia is not yet on track to meet its emissions reduction targets under the Paris Agreement.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has congratulated WorkSafe Victoria on the opening of its new Geelong headquarters.
The Emissions Reduction Fund has now purchased 192 million tonnes of abatement through 429 contracts.