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.
The awards recognise outstanding researchers in Australia and New Zealand who have made significant contributions to their fields and areas of research.
Enable Social Enterprises has taken out the Premier's Recognition Award at the Premier's Sustainability Awards for its work employing disadvantaged people in a successful e-waste business.
The Green Organisation has announced sustainable furniture maker PGT-Reclaimed as the international gold winner of Sustainability at this year's Green World Awards.
UNSW Scientia Professor Matthaios Santamouris has won the WSSET Innovation Award in the Low Carbon Buildings and Future Cities category for his work on heat-mitigating materials and technology.
UQ's Advanced Water Management Centre has won industry research awards for projects on antibiotic resistance and reducing chemicals in urban water systems.
Residential property builder and developer Sekisui House has attained ISO 14001:2015 EMS certification across its Australian operations.
Winners of the 2019 Clean Energy Council Awards have been announced by the Clean Energy Council as part of the Australian Clean Energy Summit in Sydney.
The prize is now open to organisations and high schools that have innovative and inspiring projects or solutions that demonstrate sustainability in energy, water, food or health.
Epson has been awarded for its LX-10000F series and LX-7000F series of high-speed linehead inkjet multifunction printers.
Professional services company GHD won the Internationally Funded Humanitarian Aid category award at the 2018 Asia Pacific Federation of Project Management Awards.
The Sunshine Coast is one of three Australian regions named in the Intelligent Community Forum's Smart21 Communities for 2019.
Australia's first ever Smart Cities Awards were presented as part of Smart Cities Week, held in Sydney from 28–31 October.
Energy Hack brings together students and professionals from all walks of life to look into the future and drive innovation towards stable, abundant and affordable energy for Australians.
Four innovative bioenergy projects and Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk have received top honours at the inaugural Bioenergy Innovation Awards.