The Waste Management Association of Australia calls on the government to introduce policies to incentivise the use of recycled material in Australia.
Smart city investments trigger a cycle of economic growth — just as long as governments go about transforming their cities the right way.
The policy is based around boosting renewables and household batteries — as well as resurrecting the National Energy Guarantee.
The revenue generated would be returned to all adult Australian citizens, who would potentially see a tax-free payment of approximately $1300 each per annum.
The CRC for Low Carbon Living is on track to meet its founding goal of 10 megatonnes cumulative reduction in carbon emissions by 2020.
Chemists have developed a process that provides an economic way of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere — and creates valuable new materials at the same time.
A new electrolyte created by New Zealand researchers will make aluminium batteries cheaper and easier to produce.
The GEMS Act regulates the energy efficiency of appliances and equipment by setting minimum energy performance standards and energy rating label requirements.
The 'Give Back to Habitat' initiative kicked off with the opening of the Moreton Bay Shellfish Recycling Centre.
Resourcefulness — defined as the thoughtful and careful use of energy and water — is top of mind for utilities and consumers alike, according to a new report from Itron.
Improving the environmental sustainability of their operations through the adoption of IIoT technologies is a priority for organisations engaged in the global supply chain.
Australia's first ever Smart Cities Awards were presented as part of Smart Cities Week, held in Sydney from 28–31 October.
Built by Hivve Technology, the portable classroom is powered by a combination of rooftop solar and a Tesla Powerwall 2 battery.