Targeting the HVAC&R and building services landscape, the event will host more than 300 exhibitors, a renowned industry awards program and comprehensive seminar program.
A fund has been announced by Qualitas to finance the construction and management of energy-efficient, low-emissions, build-to-rent residential buildings.
Smart Cities gathers Australia's city and place makers from all levels of government to connect the dots to create prosperous, livable cities.
In 2020, Standards Australia is ramping up its work alongside government, industry, academia and relevant stakeholders to help make smart cities a reality.
Energy, water, waste, built environment, transport, agriculture and manufacturing will all be discussed at this year's cleantech event.
Port of Newcastle has been certified as an EcoPort under the global environmental and sustainability standard for the ports sector.
Hive + Wellness, Rural Aid and The Australian Honey Bee Industry Council have joined forces to launch Hive Aid, a drought and bushfire relief campaign aimed at struggling beekeepers.
How reporting and partnerships can drive corporate change towards accomplishing the SDGs and lead to ideas for new collaborations.
A light installation at the second edition of the Fremantle Biennale art program, Undercurrent 19, calls attention to rising water levels and climate change.
The Sydney Opera House has announced its commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Mirvac Group has partnered with INCO to launch The Impact Accelerator, an initiative that will fast-track innovative start-ups focused on solving environmental and social challenges.
Victoria's La Trobe University has set an ambitious target of net zero emissions by 2029, launching a $75 million initiative involving 20 projects.
GRI has launched a podcast on the work it is doing to help businesses and governments realise their impact on critical sustainability issues.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic champions will be awarded medals made from the precious metals recovered from unwanted electrical devices.
NSW Circular and the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre are hosting an event on 7 August to help Central Coast and Hunter businesses develop more sustainable operations.