Reservoir Station in Melbourne's north has been awarded a Five Star Green Star Design & As Built rating by the Green Building Council of Australia.
Schneider Electric has been recognised by the Center for Resource Solutions for its leadership in building renewable energy markets and green power procurement in Asia.
Plans for protecting the environment and delivering a livable Sunshine Coast have made Sunshine Coast Council a Banksia Government Awards finalist.
Schneider Electric has been ranked the world's most sustainable corporation in Corporate Knights' 2021 Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations.
The Green Building Council of Australia has awarded La Trobe University's new sports stadium a '6 Star Green Star Design and As Built' rating for sustainable building practice.
A million-dollar prize has been awarded to the CSIRO-developed innovation FutureFeed — a livestock feed made from seaweed that reduces methane emissions.
The third annual Smart Cities Awards acknowledged 18 winners across seven categories for their visionary leadership, best practice projects and real-world impact.
This year's Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation Annual Awards celebrated sustainable packaging innovation, commitment and ingenuity in the packaging industry.
Professor Ani Desai's Young Tall Poppy award recognises his dedication to finding technological solutions to real-world problems.
The centre has been declared one of Australia's most sustainably designed buildings, achieving a Green Building Council of Australia 5 Star Green Star Rating.
The awards recognise outstanding achievements by Victorians who are leading the way in sustainable innovation and practices across the state.
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.
The ARBS 2020 Industry Awards recognise the extraordinary talent within the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration and building services industry.
Rafael details how Weidmüller is helping Australian companies adopt advanced manufacturing capababilities and discusses some key trends for 2020.
The award-winning work has been adopted by the United Nations and more than 140 countries to track and compare progress in addressing land degradation.