With a renewed emphasis on local manufacture, there is an increased demand for economical, sustainable compressed air generation to power machinery and tools across a wide variety of industries.
In the pursuit of a sustainable future, the convergence of human energy, technology and environmental responsibility has emerged as a powerful force.
The online submissions period to nominate speakers for the ARBS 2024 seminar program will close at 5 pm, 30 September 2023.
As the event starts to draw closer, the All-Energy Australia program has been released, headlined by Powin President Anthony Carroll.
The Australian Institute of Packaging will be continuing its partnership with Waste Expo 2023, running information sessions about sustainable packaging.
Queanbeyan will become home to a leader in infinite recycling and decarbonised plastic management.
How we reduce CO2 emissions in the built environment is changing — with focus moving from energy efficiency to reducing embodied carbon, according to UNSW's Philip Oldfield.
Embedding a culture of sustainability into business is crucial as every department has a role to play in the decarbonisation agenda, explains Mark Chadwick from ENGIE Impact.
Mandatory non-financial climate reporting is on its way and is set to reshape the landscape for investors, banks, corporations and trusts.
The pathway to achieving net zero emissions by 2050 is narrow: it will require unprecedented transformation of the industrial sector.
The latest 3M State of Science Index has found that Australians strongly back science for positive outcomes in improving lives and solving climate threats.
GWPF has welcomed the rebuke of exaggerated climate hype and alarm by Professor Jim Skea, the chairman of the IPCC.
Redflow Limited has been selected to supply 4 MWh of energy storage to Energy Queensland as part of a $12 million network battery project.
The finalists for the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes have been announced, with various candidates selected for their sustainability projects.