A recent study reveals that local governments should employ digital-driven insights and cloud-enabled services to meet community expectations relating to data security, communication and environmental sustainability.
A report reveals that almost half of Australia's largest listed property companies have committed to greenhouse gas emissions reductions in close alignment with the Paris Climate Agreement.
The Green Organisation has announced sustainable furniture maker PGT-Reclaimed as the international gold winner of Sustainability at this year's Green World Awards.
The Star Entertainment Group has been listed as sustainability leader for the casino and gaming industry in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
Drawing inspiration from plants, researchers are developing a carbon capture method that converts and recycles CO2 into raw materials that can be used to create fuels and chemicals.
A feasibility study will investigate the construction and operation of a renewable ammonia plant at Queensland Nitrates' existing facility near Moura in Central Queensland.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Monash University, Multiplex and the City of Melbourne are the latest signatories to pledge themselves to the World Green Building Council's Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment.
The Smart Energy Council has announced the inaugural National Smart Energy Summit, taking place on 10 December 2019 in Sydney.
The AEMC has released a report investigating what needs to happen to get Australia's energy grid future ready.
UNSW Scientia Professor Matthaios Santamouris has won the WSSET Innovation Award in the Low Carbon Buildings and Future Cities category for his work on heat-mitigating materials and technology.
Schneider Electric has announced five new EcoStruxure 'Advisor' apps and services integral to the digital transformation of Australian and New Zealand businesses.
UQ's Advanced Water Management Centre has won industry research awards for projects on antibiotic resistance and reducing chemicals in urban water systems.
University of Queensland PhD candidate Danish Kazmi has developed a sustainable solution to help preserve sand — a natural resource that is facing global shortages due to over exploitation.