The Ethisphere Institute has published its list of the World's Most Ethical Companies for 2017, honouring companies that have not only demonstrated ethical leadership in their industries, but used ethical conduct as a profit driver and a competitive differentiator.
TAFE NSW has announced a brand new course: Certificate IV in Environmental Management and Sustainability.
The CEO of the International WELL Building Institute has announced a raft of updates that will support Australian building owners looking to boost the sustainability of their assets while supporting the health of building occupants.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has made a $100 million investment in the AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund (AWOF), helping to accelerate the development of world-leading, energy-efficient commercial property portfolios in Australia.
Australia's top CEOs and chefs will be joining forces next month as part of OzHarvest's CEO CookOff, to be held in Sydney on 6 March.
The NSW Office of Environment & Heritage has announced that its 2017 Environmental Research grants program is now open for expressions of interest (EOIs), with a total of $1 million in funding available for this year.
The NABERS program has launched a stakeholder consultation process to seek feedback on proposed changes to its governance framework.
Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) has given its full backing to the Australian Government's Smart Cities and Suburbs Program, but claimed that additional support programs will strengthen the program's ability to shape the marketplace.
The University of Melbourne has released its first institution-wide Sustainability Plan — an ambitious four-year strategy that is intended to position Melbourne as a sector leader in sustainability.
Kathmandu Coast to Coast has partnered with Leave No Trace New Zealand, ensuring that the natural landscape of New Zealand's South Island is preserved for the duration of the 243 km race.
Green Property Summit 2017 will bring together experts in sustainability and the built environment to discuss how New Zealand can combine building green with lucrative investment opportunities to create healthy cities of the future.
The Victorian Government will boost the powers of the Environment Protection Authority with an immediate injection of over $45 million over two years, as part of its response to an independent inquiry into the EPA that was released last year.
A sustainable built environment is dependent on smart technology — and that means the entire property industry must work together to open its systems, said serial disruptor Catherine Caruana-McManus.
Darling Harbour's new International Convention Centre Sydney will transform into a facilities hub this March as the nation's FM minds converge at Total Facilities 2017.
The first Australian Beef Sustainability Framework has been released, after 12 months in development.