A Swedish study has revealed that paper from fresh fibres has a lower environmental impact than paper from recycled fibres in certain situations.
Drilling, coring and wireline logging operations have commenced on a new carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.
Governments and businesses must start acting now in order to reduce and offset the greenhouse gas output they create.
All 11,000 m2 of office space owned by coworking operator The Commons is now powered by 100% renewable energy, and officially carbon neutral as a result.
Shoppers underestimate the difference their food choices can make to climate change, but they'll favour items with a lower carbon footprint if such information is on the label.
The revenue generated would be returned to all adult Australian citizens, who would potentially see a tax-free payment of approximately $1300 each per annum.
The CRC for Low Carbon Living is on track to meet its founding goal of 10 megatonnes cumulative reduction in carbon emissions by 2020.
From driverless vehicle trials and utopian visions of on-demand transport to dire news about predicted job losses, automated vehicles (AVs) are making news.
City of Melbourne calls on the community to have their say about taking collective action on climate change.
The Siemens Digitalize 2018 event in August featured many industry examples that demonstrate what could be achieved by unlocking the potential of digitalisation.
Setting stronger energy standards in the National Construction Code could, between now and 2050, reduce energy bills by up to $27 billion and deliver at least 78 million tonnes of emissions savings.
'A Carbon Positive Roadmap for the built environment' establishes the steps required for buildings and fit-outs to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
Mineral Carbonation International (MCi) has unveiled a semicontinuous research pilot plant at the Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources, showcasing cutting-edge technology that could see CO2 emissions used as a valuable resource that can be transformed into building products.
An international team of soil experts says carbon sequestration in soil has the potential to enhance food security and mitigate climate change.
Khory Hancock takes a bird's-eye look at the environmental issues facing the world and explains what we can do.