Analysis from the University of New South Wales has found that if cool roofing technology is widely applied that energy cost and temperatures could be reduced.
Scientists are a step closer to developing more sustainable batteries that could help to reduce reliance on lithium and cobalt.
The Infrastructure Sustainability Council's CEO, Ainsley Simpson, has challenged the infrastructure industry to come together around a "shared vision".
As the IPCC's Sixth Assessment Report is released, the details are reflected in real time close to home with unprecedented rainfall and flooding taking place in Qld and NSW.
Consistent data is required across all levels of government to support Australia’s transition to a circular economy, according to new research.
APCO has published a new resource which outlines the importance of reuse and how businesses and users can benefit from reusable packaging models.
The Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC), Rux Energy and the University of Sydney have teamed up to develop dispatchable hydrogen gas (H2) tanks.
New energy-saving material, developed by researchers from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), helps control heat transmission without blocking views.
The research conducted by Schneider Electric shows that the majority (63%) of businesses believe that sustainable transformation provides a competitive edge.
A concrete solution made from waste concrete and carbon dioxide from the air or industrial exhaust gases shows promise as a future construction material.
The Beamex CENTRiCAL is designed to provide a better way to perform calibrations in a workshop.
The end-to-end traceability journey started four years ago at Danone Specialized Nutrition in startup mode with a small team.
The research team was able to control the presence of certain types of crystal defects by tuning the chemical composition of the perovskite films.
A former mining district in NSW's Hunter Economic Zone will be transformed into what is reported to be Australia's healthiest and most sustainable city.
A CEFC report has examined the investment and employment benefits of strengthening the recycling, organics, bioenergy and thermal-energy-from-waste sectors.