Disaster-prone regions in Queensland are set to benefit from funding to upgrade roads and bridges and improve council flood warning services.
Students at Curtin University will be offered an undergraduate certificate or course specialisation designed to combat the environment and climate emergency.
Schneider Electric's Trade-UPS program has been revamped for the Australian market, allowing partners to trade and recycle old UPS units free of charge.
A study has found that even minor adjustments to aging housing stock can lead to better health and quality of life for vulnerable Australians.
Go for Zero is an annual campaign that calls for old and broken mobile phones and accessories to be sent in for recycling.
As a Disaster Resilience professional, Maddy Lackman feels like she has built a better understanding of disaster resilience across a range of contexts.
CLT Toolbox engineering software automates complex structural design computations.
Most leaders are taking ESG seriously but need more knowledge about the growing role of ESG in reporting and how to boost corporate performance using digital strategies.
The course has been developed by crcCARE especially for individuals who manage, regulate, investigate, remediate or are impacted by contaminated sites.
Dunne has significant experience in financial services and is also a farm owner with an investment in livestock breeding, farmland conservation and restoration.
The co-founder of new peak body AGIN shares his thoughts about the uptake of green urban infrastructure and creating synergies for excellence in design.
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Animal health business Zoetis has launched a recycling initiative for dairy farmers, with the aim of keeping plastic waste out of landfill.
Led by AFGC in partnership with CAWRA and three local councils, the kerbside recycling trial aims to close the loop on soft plastic packaging.
Kimberly-Clark announces details of its nappy recycling pilot that could provide Australia with a solution for the 1.5 billion nappies that end up in landfill each year.