ACX was officially born in December 2005 and has subsequently worked on frameworks and mechanisms to bring the suppliers and buyers of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission abatement together
Former vice-president of the United States, Al Gore urged those attending a dinner in Melbourne on Friday night, to open their eyes and look clearly at climate change.
The House Environment Committee has tabled its report 'Sustainability for survival: creating a climate for change', recommending the establishment of a national Sustainability Commissioner, Commission and Charter. The report argues that strong Australian government leadership is required to advance sustainability.
It has emerged this week that the future of the NSW Greenhouse Gas Abatement Policy is on rocky ground.
A new sustainability category has been added to the Victorian building industryâ€™s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) awards, conducted by the Building Commission.
Australian scientists are training foresters in neighbouring APEC countries to use the Australian Greenhouse Office's National Carbon Accounting Toolbox (NCAT) to assess carbon sequestration in native and plantation forests.
A team of coral researchers has taken a major stride towards revealing the workings of the 'engine' that drives Australia's Great Barrier Reef and corals the world over.
ACX (Australian Climate Exchange) has launched the Melbourne-based carbon trading exchange.
National Walk to Work Day (WTWD) will be held around Australia on Friday 5 October 2007 to promote better health and a cleaner environment. By registering, individuals, businesses and organisations can help to improve our health and environment, while supporting four major Australian charities.
Dr John Church of CSIRO has been awarded the 2007 University of New South Wales Eureka Prize for Scientific Research.
The Ethos Foundation and Green Cross Australia are presenting a one-day â€˜Leading for the Futureâ€™ roundtable on climate change at Queensland Parliament House on Wednesday 29 August.
Nuclear power could be as cheap as coal if the cost of carbon capture and storage is considered, according to Professor Peter Johnston, head of physics at RMIT and panel member of the 2006 federal government review into the nuclear industry.
An Australian-owned and run water technology provider has completed its third major acquisition in 18 months and has also found a private equity partner to enable further expansion.
Australiaâ€™s International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management (ICE WaRM) has launched an important initiative to help tackle the water crisis head-on â€“ a post-graduate program to train the new leaders who will spearhead the management of our scarce water resources.