An international research team has developed a new method for tracking the progress that individual countries are making towards meeting the global climate targets of the Paris Agreement.
The 'Towards Buildings That Thrive' report addresses the need for design and construction practices that promote healthier and sustainable commercial spaces — with a focus on indoor air quality.
The Climate Change Authority has witnessed a surprising break in the ranks, with two members claiming that the authority's latest report features major flaws.
Power plants that underestimate their greenhouse gas emissions could soon be exposed, thanks to New Zealanders who have found a way to verify power plants' self-reported emissions simply by looking at the grass growing nearby.
The fourth Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) auction has recently been announced. This matters immensely for the waste and local government sectors.
Conversio has become the first Australian company to sign the pledge to join the Climate Neutral Now initiative, led by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretariat.
The Clean Energy Regulator (CER) will hold the fourth Emissions Reduction Fund auction from 16–17 November. The auction format will remain largely unchanged from previous auctions, though the auction guidelines give the CER some additional flexibility to choose the volume of offered abatement it will accept.
The Pork CRC has conducted what is claimed to be the first comprehensive study using life-cycle assessment (LCA) to benchmark greenhouse gas emissions from pork across the full production system.
Longview Power has rehabilitated its 700 MW power plant in West Virginia, US, transforming an operation previously beset by frequent outages and poor performance into what is said to be one of the cleanest, most efficient coal-fired plants in the country.
Are we taking greenhouse gas monitoring seriously in Australia? Frank Silberberg of Group Instrumentation talks about the latest trends, technology and challenges with emissions monitoring.
Australia's building sector could save billions of dollars and reach zero carbon emissions by 2050, with energy efficiency delivering over half the emissions reductions.
ABB and Cavotec have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly offer complete shore-to-ship power solutions globally. Shore-to-ship solutions allow vessels to plug into onshore power supply and shut down their engines, eliminating noxious emissions, noise and vibrations while berthed in ports that are often located in city surrounds.
Scientists have found that the global livestock sector can significantly reduce carbon emissions without impacting the economic and social benefits it delivers.
The March 2016 Carbon Emissions Index (CEDEX) Report indicates that emissions have risen by an amount equal to 2.2% of total national emissions in the 18 months to December 2015.
Researchers have discovered what they described as a 'global mismatch' between greenhouse gas emissions and the burden of climate change, with the countries emitting the least amount of gases suffering the most — and vice versa.