A project database of $165 billion represents an opportunity for sustainable infrastructure to enhance productivity and quality of life while reducing environmental impact.
Ultimately, climate change will affect the world's bridges, but to what extent?
Woodside and Greening Australia are collaborating to undertake large-scale, native tree planting projects that will generate quality carbon offsets.
A feasibility study will investigate the construction and operation of a renewable ammonia plant at Queensland Nitrates' existing facility near Moura in Central Queensland.
University of Queensland PhD candidate Danish Kazmi has developed a sustainable solution to help preserve sand — a natural resource that is facing global shortages due to over exploitation.
Success stories of businesses using technology to advance were at the forefront of Siemens' Digitalize 2019 conference.
CSIRO is undertaking projects to kick-start an Australian insect industry that will tackle food waste and create a sustainable source of protein for human consumption.
Digitalize 2019 will explore the latest in future technologies to prepare the workforce for change.
With clean technology infrastructure increasing the demand for critical minerals such as cobalt, there is a need to develop sustainable resource recovery practices.
A $3.4 million research and development project is aiming to upscale manufacturing of a newly developed advanced coating technology for textiles.
A research team has engineered enzymes to perform an important step in the conversion of plant waste into sustainable and high-value products such as nylon, plastics and chemicals.
Austalia's national science agency, CSIRO, has developed a sustainable, environmentally friendly process technology for recovering gold.
UNSW Sydney has launched a three-year strategy to deepen its commitment to environmental sustainability.
Researchers from Flinders University and UniSA have developed an absorbent polymer that can safely and cost-effectively remove toxic PFAS from contaminated water.
Timor-Leste has signed an agreement with Mura for a US$40 million chemical recycling plant that will help to establish a circular economy for plastic waste.