Sustainability > Carbon management

NZ motorists offset fuel emissions with Z App

25 February, 2020

NZ motorists can now offset their fuel emissions using the Carbon Count feature in Z Energy's Z App, supporting the protection of permanent, local forests.

Chief Scientist calls for carbon capture and storage

19 February, 2020

Carbon capture and storage is absolutely critical, according to Australia's Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel.

Cities call for climate change urgency

14 February, 2020

The City of Melbourne has called on state and federal governments to take urgent action on climate change and is considering fast-tracking initiatives that have the greatest impact on carbon emissions reduction.

Sugar ant pee preference may reduce greenhouse gases

10 February, 2020

Sugar ants nocturnally forage on urine to extract nitrogen molecules, some of which could end up in the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide.

Michell Optidew 501 chilled mirror hygrometer

06 February, 2020

Michell's Optidew 501 chilled mirror hygrometer is designed for use in industrial humidity control and precision laboratory applications.

Infrastructure matters: shifting towards smart mobility

04 February, 2020 by Jacqui Banks, Melbourne City Exec — Arcadis Australia Pacific

Connected and autonomous vehicle technologies offer exciting advantages for the future if transportation system owners and operators stay ahead of the curve.

Tesla purchase part of Caspak's futureproofing strategy

03 February, 2020

Flexible packaging provider Caspak Australia is futureproofing its business by prioritising sustainability and innovation.

Post-fire logging will have catastrophic consequences, says ecologist

31 January, 2020

A world-leading ecologist has issued a dire warning of the terrible consequences of post-fire logging. The practice could have catastrophic environmental consequences.

Making buildings smarter for a sustainable future

20 January, 2020 by Schneider Electric Australia

A community of building designers and system integrators are using smart building technologies today, to prepare our cities for a sustainable tomorrow.

What would a national Climate Change Act mean for Australia?

13 January, 2020 by Kiera Peacock, MARQUE Lawyers

Following Australia's catastrophic bushfires, could it be possible to introduce a Climate Change Bill to the parliament?

Your future workplace will be as smart as you are

13 January, 2020 by Schneider Electric Australia

Synchromesh Wireless — a wireless IP 'backbone' — connects all building services into a central control system.

MOFs capture smokestack CO2

20 December, 2019

An international team of researchers has uncovered an effective method for scrubbing carbon dioxide from smokestack emissions.

Tracking the banks' commitments to net zero

13 November, 2019

The nation's 20 largest banks are taking steps to reduce emissions from their operations and investments, but activity is ad hoc and not fully aligned with the Paris Agreement.

Property sector aligning with Paris Agreement

08 October, 2019

A report reveals that almost half of Australia's largest listed property companies have committed to greenhouse gas emissions reductions in close alignment with the Paris Climate Agreement.

The carbon conversion research inspired by leaves breathing

02 October, 2019

Drawing inspiration from plants, researchers are developing a carbon capture method that converts and recycles CO2 into raw materials that can be used to create fuels and chemicals.

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