Digitalize 2019 will explore the latest in future technologies to prepare the workforce for change.
Waste Expo Australia is a comprehensive, free-to-attend conference for the waste management, resource recovery and wastewater sectors, returning to Melbourne in October.
With clean technology infrastructure increasing the demand for critical minerals such as cobalt, there is a need to develop sustainable resource recovery practices.
A newly appointed ISO technical committee aims to make the global circular economy a reality by steering projects relating to the circular economy towards a sustainable agreed global standard.
The Commission for Urgent Action on Energy Efficiency has been formed by the International Energy Agency to accelerate the transition to clean energy via stronger policy action.
SParkLabs Cultiv8 is hosting its annual Demoday in Sydney, featuring leading food and agtech start-ups to share insights and the latest global tech trends.
The Federal Court has dismissed a case filed by the ACCC against Kimberly-Clark and its flushable-branded wipes. What happens next?
ABB has won contracts to supply charging infrastructure to a network of 40 public electric buses in Singapore.
A $3.4 million research and development project is aiming to upscale manufacturing of a newly developed advanced coating technology for textiles.
Siemens has announced the return of its annual digitalisation conference.
The UNSW Energy Institute has appointed Justine Jarvinen as its CEO, with the key role of facilitating partnerships between industry and government bodies with UNSW's leading energy researchers.
A research team has engineered enzymes to perform an important step in the conversion of plant waste into sustainable and high-value products such as nylon, plastics and chemicals.
ALDI Australia will cut at least a quarter of all plastic packaging from its range by 2025 and remove single-use plastics such as cotton buds and plastic plates from its stores by the end of 2020.