Jupiter Ionics, a new start-up aligned with Monash University's Technology Precinct, has secured an exclusive licence to develop patented green ammonia technology invented by Doug Macfarlane and Dr Alexandr Simonov from Monash University's School of Chemistry.
In response to evolving workplace conditions in the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic, developer and property investor Cbus Property recently lodged a new development application (DA) for its $1 billion commercial tower at 435 Bourke Street.
The Australian Government has said its 2030 emissions target is fixed but it is committed to "meeting and beating it" as around 200 countries reached a new climate deal and agreed to keep the 1.5°C global warming goal alive.
UNSW Sydney and the University of Sydney are jointly developing building materials that reflect rather than absorb solar energy.
Stockland's newest masterplanned community will utilise more than 19,000 tonnes of an environmentally friendly road surfacing material known as Reconophalt.
WWF-Australia has been collaborating with a group of committed industry players across the building and construction supply chains to explore what can be done to help decarbonise our building and construction sectors.
It’s time for business to take the lead where others hesitate by setting clear climate goals and ensuring they are met.
The 'glass half full' approach to offsetting practices and technologies is demystified for rural winegrowers.
There is increasing pressure on every sector to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, but none more so than transport and logistics.
As the latest UN report issues a dire warning to global leaders, could a short-lived carbon tax be the answer to help avoid a climate disaster?
Industry and finance companies are coming together to accelerate the shift to net-zero emissions in supply chains across 'hard-to-abate' sectors.
The climate-related consumer protection code of conduct aims to increase the quality of carbon abatement that is occurring in Australia.
Australian technology company Calix is partnering in a low-carbon research project, which has been awarded $39 million in Australian Government funding.
The industry is improving land management, increasing water use efficiency, reducing waste and decreasing greenhouse gas emissions intensity by 30% by 2030.
The emission-reduction plans of 60 of Australia's 527 local governments will achieve 96% of the current national target, according to new research.