The economic slowdown associated with COVID-19 is demonstrating how much human activity is affecting the wellbeing of the planet.
Yume's mission is to prevent high-quality, edible food from going to waste by connecting surplus food to buyers.
Does car ownership really give us freedom? According to University of South Australia urban planning researcher Hulya Gilbert, maybe not.
CSIRO research indicates that WA's wheatbelt yields remained unchanged despite a rainfall decrease between 1900 and 2016.
Cape Byron Distillery, producer of Brookie's Byron Gin, has been named international Sustainable Distillery of the Year at the recent Icons of Gin awards 2020 in London.
Targeting the HVAC&R and building services landscape, the event will host more than 300 exhibitors, a renowned industry awards program and comprehensive seminar program.
NZ motorists can now offset their fuel emissions using the Carbon Count feature in Z Energy's Z App, supporting the protection of permanent, local forests.
A fund has been announced by Qualitas to finance the construction and management of energy-efficient, low-emissions, build-to-rent residential buildings.
Australia needs a roadmap to get its energy system ready for an electric vehicle future, said the Australian Energy Market Commission.
Smart Cities gathers Australia's city and place makers from all levels of government to connect the dots to create prosperous, livable cities.
Another report has been released confirming that better recycling standards and specifications are needed in Australia.
Carbon capture and storage is absolutely critical, according to Australia's Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel.
The CRC-P Program has awarded UNSW Sydney researchers with millions in grants across projects including recycled waste plastics, solar technology and cobalt production.
The City of Melbourne has called on state and federal governments to take urgent action on climate change and is considering fast-tracking initiatives that have the greatest impact on carbon emissions reduction.