A newly appointed ISO technical committee aims to make the global circular economy a reality by steering projects relating to the circular economy towards a sustainable agreed global standard.
SParkLabs Cultiv8 is hosting its annual Demoday in Sydney, featuring leading food and agtech start-ups to share insights and the latest global tech trends.
A Sydney Water infrastructure project has received an excellent design rating from the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia.
The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has pledged over $7 million in grants to boost NSW recycling rates and encourage innovation in the waste industry.
The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) has a new CEO — Davina Rooney — whose top priority is decarbonisation.
Renewable Cities Australia 2019 will showcase strategies to help organisations cost-effectively move towards net-zero energy, as well as explore developments in zero-emission transport.
202020 Vision is touring Australia to foster collaboration between councils and communities in a bid to achieve more green spaces in our cities.
Sydney's Green Square has been awarded the highest possible Green Star community rating for the sustainable planning, design and construction of the project.
The Woolworths Group green bond has received an injection of $30 million courtesy of Clean Energy Finance Corp. The $400 million green bond will help fund the Woolworths 2020 sustainability strategy.
Lean and Green techniques can be combined to achieve dramatic improvement both economically and environmentally for manufacturers in the circular economy.
The 2019 edition of green business ideas competition ClimateLaunchpad has opened to Australian applicants in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
Renewable Cities Australia has announced 'renewable' as the focus for this year's event, revealing exciting key changes to its program.
The City of Sydney has been selected to host the C40 Women4Climate Conference 2020, Lord Mayor Clover Moore has announced.
The latest Arcadis Sustainable Cities Index, which ranked 100 of the world's leading cities on three pillars of sustainability, found that Australian cities are behind several others across the world.
Smart city investments trigger a cycle of economic growth — just as long as governments go about transforming their cities the right way.