Carbon capture and storage is absolutely critical, according to Australia's Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel.
The CRC-P Program has awarded UNSW Sydney researchers with millions in grants across projects including recycled waste plastics, solar technology and cobalt production.
The City of Melbourne has called on state and federal governments to take urgent action on climate change and is considering fast-tracking initiatives that have the greatest impact on carbon emissions reduction.
The ARBS 2020 Industry Awards recognise the extraordinary talent within the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration and building services industry.
Sugar ants nocturnally forage on urine to extract nitrogen molecules, some of which could end up in the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide.
Arcadis has launched Arcadis Gen — a new global digital business to help secure its position as a leading provider of data-driven products and solutions across the natural and built environment.
Biotech start-up Provectus Algae will open a new research and development foundry in Noosa next month to further its groundbreaking work with algae as a platform to grow biologics.
Connected and autonomous vehicle technologies offer exciting advantages for the future if transportation system owners and operators stay ahead of the curve.
Flexible packaging provider Caspak Australia is futureproofing its business by prioritising sustainability and innovation.
A world-leading ecologist has issued a dire warning of the terrible consequences of post-fire logging. The practice could have catastrophic environmental consequences.
Energy, water, waste, built environment, transport, agriculture and manufacturing will all be discussed at this year's cleantech event.
National science agency CSIRO will deliver bushfire and climate change resilience measures to help prepare Australia for future years of extreme fire conditions.
Port of Newcastle has been certified as an EcoPort under the global environmental and sustainability standard for the ports sector.
Rafael details how Weidmüller is helping Australian companies adopt advanced manufacturing capababilities and discusses some key trends for 2020.