Key international and Australian executives come together to accelerate pathways to net zero emissions.
UNSW Sydney and the University of Sydney are jointly developing building materials that reflect rather than absorb solar energy.
The National Party of Australia has finally agreed to support, 'in principle', a net zero by 2050 policy, which has already been embraced by the agriculture and mining sectors.
The role of risk manager is no longer confined to traditional financial risks but progressively is contributing more into how to support a sustainable business model.
Australian states, territories and businesses are trailblazers in shifting towards renewable energy and developing plans to reach net zero emissions.
All-Energy Australia will host a free-to-attend virtual conference from 19–28 October, with a virtual Energy Efficiency Expo and Waste Expo Australia running alongside it.
Stockland's newest masterplanned community will utilise more than 19,000 tonnes of an environmentally friendly road surfacing material known as Reconophalt.
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 south-west Sydney suburb of Rosemeadow has less than 6% existing canopy cover and is significantly impacted by the urban heat island effect.
WWF-Australia has been collaborating with a group of committed industry players across the building and construction supply chains to explore what can be done to help decarbonise our building and construction sectors.
An intergovernmental body that sets Paris Agreement-style targets for global food system transformation may help both people and planet.
The facility will enable scientists to develop the next generation of advanced materials to achieve a more sustainable future for society.
Sydneysiders are taking advantage of a City of Sydney pilot program to recycle tricky items and divert waste from landfill during lockdown.