Researchers are investigating ways to develop safe, biodegradable plastic alternatives to polyurethanes, derived from fish waste including heads, bones, skin and guts.
A more sustainable global fish economy could be created by using food scraps to make high-quality food for farmed fish, according to a team of researchers at UWA.
A joint feasibility study will determine the technical, economic and environmental benefits of a local advanced recycling industry.
The energy and water required to wash reusable tableware gives paper-based single-use products an advantage when it comes to environmental impact.
Plans to build Australia's first 'green' port near Exmouth are underway, with Gascoyne Gateway progressing with the company's next round of community reference groups.
Teams of Australia and India's students and innovative start-ups turned their minds to solving global challenges at the inaugural India Australia Circular Economy Hackathon.
RMIT University researchers have developed road-making material by using a mix of shredded single-use face masks and processed building rubble.
Renergi will design, build and operate a $9.4 million, 1.5 tonnes/hour demonstration-scale distributed energy-from-waste plant in Collie, WA.
New research shows that patterns inspired by lobster shells can make 3D printed concrete stronger, to support more complex and creative architectural structures.
The Banksia Foundation and Australia Post have released a white paper that will act as a practical roadmap for small business owners to sustain their operations in the current global climate.
CSIRO has released the National Circular Economy Roadmap, detailing key strategies for creating jobs and reclaiming billions in economic value from resources currently going into landfill.
The Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) has published a report that tracks Australia's progress towards the 2025 National Packaging Targets.
A team of scientists has summarised the state of the natural world in stark form to help clarify the gravity of the human predicament.
RMIT engineers have partnered with Victorian recycling organisations Replas, RED Group and SR Engineering to develop a concrete material made from lightweight recycled plastic.
A team of researchers at Purdue University has developed a way for a material to store energy in its skin through invertible domes.