Sustainability

National Summit 2021: councils can capitalise on clean economy

29 April, 2021

Government leaders will join forces to develop and accelerate the big ideas and solutions that are revolutionising Australia's approach to energy and climate change.


Green power for major SA water pipeline

28 April, 2021

More than 7300 solar panels are now powering one of SA Water's major drinking water pipelines between the River Murray and Barossa Valley.


Sydney Opera House and Honeywell partner towards Global Goals

27 April, 2021

Honeywell and the Sydney Opera House have formed a three-year partnership to collaborate on initiatives aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.


Time for climate action

22 April, 2021

US President Biden invited 40 world leaders (including Scott Morrison) to the virtual Leaders Summit on Climate, which is being live streamed tonight.


Ultrawhite paint cools buildings

22 April, 2021

Researchers say that coating buildings with the new paint formulation may one day cool them off enough to reduce the need for air conditioning.


Workplace waste generation underestimated

21 April, 2021

Contrary to what half of Australians believe, households do not create more waste than the business sector, reveals new research commissioned by Planet Ark.


Solar evaporator solution for fresh drinking water

16 April, 2021

Researchers at UniSA have developed a solar evaporator that uses a heatsink technique to create low-cost drinking water.


Jacobs joins digital city transformation efforts

14 April, 2021

Professional services company Jacobs has joined SCCANZ to support digital solutions that advance sustainability outcomes in our cities, towns and communities.


Designing tech for a sustainable future

12 April, 2021 by Michael Boyle, Managing Director, HP Australia and New Zealand | Supplied by: HP

A call for the technology industry to step up in designing products that reduce society's impact on the environment.


Salmon oil makes sustainable plastic

08 April, 2021

Researchers are investigating ways to develop safe, biodegradable plastic alternatives to polyurethanes, derived from fish waste including heads, bones, skin and guts.


Food waste's sustainability solution for farmed fish

06 April, 2021

A more sustainable global fish economy could be created by using food scraps to make high-quality food for farmed fish, according to a team of researchers at UWA.


First Peoples and scientists gather to tackle changing climate

06 April, 2021

Traditional Owners and scientists across Australia are meeting to empower and enhance a First People's-led response to climate change.


BOC–Toyota partnership delivers hydrogen refuelling station

01 April, 2021

Toyota has opened a new $7.4 million Hydrogen Centre in Altona, Victoria, reported to be the state's first hydrogen refuelling station.


Is it time to refocus the industrial energy auditing process?

31 March, 2021 by Nathan Rogers, Sustainability Leader at Lycopodium Process Industries | Supplied by: Lycopodium Process Industries Pty Ltd

Finding a consultancy able to incorporate process industry technical know-how with energy management industry experience can be challenging.


Dairy Australia commits to climate

29 March, 2021

Dairy Australia has launched a climate change strategy, detailing its climate commitment, investment intent and priorities across research, development and extension.


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