The two organisations will be working together to help Australian industry decrease its carbon levels through the use of digital tools.
A study has found that eating locally produced food could reduce the carbon emissions from food production.
Sustainable cities are a complex mix of different factors and all the levers need to be pulled to compete on the world stage as one of the best places in the world to live.
ExpandOS is a protective void fill that is fully certified biodegradable, compostable and also holds SFI certification in the US.
Australian exports may be at risk of substantial fees if the country does not implement a carbon trading scheme, suggests a new paper.
The VM25 portable handheld vibration meter from MMF measures acceleration, velocity and displacement.
How Webuild's building practices have made Perth's newest rail line a sustainable construction site.
The University of New South Wales will play host to a hub where government, industry and science will converge to reduce NSW's carbon emissions.
The water and wastewater services provider is aiming to reduce its net carbon emissions to zero in time for the Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Research from ANU has quantified the requirements for a zero-carbon export model for Australia.
A $45 million PET (polyethylene terephthalate) recycling plant, capable of processing one billion plastic bottles each year, has opened in Albury–Wodonga.
Late last month, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)'s Working Group II released its latest report, warning of increasing extreme weather events and the need for urgent and ambitious adaptation.
Qenos is taking Australia a step closer to circular plastics, using advanced recycling technology from Plastic Energy and Axens.
With the onus on Australian businesses to lead the country towards net-zero carbon emissions, organisations can look to their technology architecture for ways to save energy and reduce their impact.
Helen Millicer, Churchill Fellow, GAICD and Director of One Planet Consulting, has partnered with UTS's Institute for Sustainable Futures to deliver a Climate and Circular Plastics Masterclass on Thursday, 24 March.