Sustainability

Shore power: a critical investment for the shipping industry

23 February, 2024 by Johnson Luu, Director of CHINT APAC | Supplied by: CHINT Solar (Australia) Pty Ltd

Reducing maritime emissions has always been a multi-layered challenge, involving many variables including ship type, fuel choice and ports.


Could industrial digital technology make Australia's biggest cities better places to be?

19 February, 2024 by Christine McNamara, Director of Sales, Pacific at AVEVA | Supplied by: AVEVA

As the population continues to grow, we need to get smarter about how we manage our major urban centres.


Parliament committee seeking submissions on EV transition

05 February, 2024

The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Climate Change, Energy, Environment and Water has commenced an inquiry into the transition to EVs.


Built for the future: KAESER Australia unveils new facility in Vic

01 February, 2024 | Supplied by: Kaeser Compressors Australia

The 4500 m2, $15 million facility features various innovations that echo KAESER's emphasis on sustainability.


Gorman-Rupp EchoStorm static venturi aeration devices

01 February, 2024 | Supplied by: Hydro Innovations

The EchoStorm, by Gorman-Rupp, is a range of static venturi aeration devices installed inline on the discharge side of self-priming pumps.


Eco bus-cleaning trial proves a success

25 January, 2024

Australian bus operator Busways was searching for a sustainable set of detergents to replace the traditional heavy cleaners used in its depots.


Adaptive reuse transforms commercial precinct

24 January, 2024

The 1960s industrial precinct formerly owned by Phillip Morris has been transformed into a commercial community, retaining the existing structure.


Preparing for a climate positive 2032 Olympics

18 January, 2024

According to University of Queensland researchers, a requirement for the 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games is to be climate positive.


A guide to modern sustainability jargon

17 January, 2024

Cundall has created an A to Z glossary of the decarbonisation and sustainability terms most commonly used in finance, property, design and construction.


Sustainably cooling one of the world's hottest cities

17 January, 2024

A new study is reportedly the first to investigate the large-scale energy benefits of modern heat mitigation technologies when implemented in a city.


Curtin University joins European research network

16 January, 2024

Curtin University has joined the EXCITE2 research network, becoming the only institution outside of Europe to do so.


Keeping the Australian Open clean and sustainable

15 January, 2024

Quayclean is planning to help set new environmental and sustainability benchmarks at the Australian Open tennis event in Melbourne this year.


2024 Thought Leaders: Charlene Loo

15 January, 2024 | Supplied by: BSI Group

Charlene Loo of BSI Australia and New Zealand talks about the three biggest challenges, which include climate change, cybersecurity and social sustainability.


Thermo Fisher Thermo Scientific ARL iSpark Plus optical emission spectrometer range

21 December, 2023 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

The Thermo Fisher spectrometer range is designed to streamline elemental analysis in the metal production, processing and recycling industries, as well as in labs.


Infrastructure Sustainability Council CEO steps down

21 December, 2023

The Infrastructure Sustainability Council has announced that Ainsley Simpson, Chief Executive Officer, will be moving on to take a new role.


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