Evolution to fully electrify light utility fleet

16 November, 2022 | Supplied by: Evolution Group Holdings

Evolution has announced a partnership with Tembo for the full electrification of its fleet of light utility vehicles for traffic and fleet management.

Dirt-cheap solution to soil pollution problem

15 November, 2022 | Supplied by: University of South Australia

A research team led by UniSA researchers has developed a cost-effective soil remediation technique that traps contaminants in a sponge-like filter.

Nowhere in Perth immune from unhealthy air, sensors reveal

14 November, 2022

Perth residents can now access data about the air they breathe, with analysis revealing nowhere in Perth is immune from unhealthy air.

Mattress industry placed on Minister's Priority List

10 November, 2022 | Supplied by: Australian Bedding Stewardship Council

Minister for the Environment and Water, the Hon. Tanya Plibersek, MP, has placed the mattress industry on the Minister's Priority List.

Queensland Containers for Change program to expand

10 November, 2022 | Supplied by: Australian Council of Recycling

The Australian Council of Recycling has welcomed the Queensland Government's review to expand the Containers for Change program.

Circular Economy Councils Fund recipients announced

26 October, 2022

Eleven Victorian metropolitan and regional councils will lead projects that have received funding from the state government's $1.6m Circular Economy Councils Fund.

Three imperatives to rally support for your sustainability strategy

25 October, 2022 by Stu Wragg, Client Partner at Salterbaxter Australia | Supplied by: Salterbaxter Australia

Developing a sustainability strategy with bold aspirations, clear goals and defined programs is a big achievement for any sustainability leader. Here's how to rally support...

How companies can (actually) achieve their net zero goals

24 October, 2022 by Skipp Williamson*, Managing Director, Partners in Performance and Keith Russell**, Director and Head of North America, Partners in Performance | Supplied by: Partners in Performance

Here are five results-focused steps for breaking through standard processes to accelerate decarbonisation and capture its vast potential value.

National commitment to circular economy by 2030

24 October, 2022

ACOR has welcomed the pledge from the Environment Ministers Meeting (EMM) to work with the private sector to achieve a circular economy by 2030.

Circularity 2022: a new circular economy conference

05 October, 2022 | Supplied by: Diversified Communications Australia

Circularity is a new conference that has been specially curated to cater for the nation's growing circular economy sector.

Preparing the next gen of environmental specialists

01 October, 2022 | Supplied by: University of Newcastle

Environmental specialists are needed across business, government and the community — the University of Newcastle has a program to develop these specialists.

$43 million to help industry to reduce emissions

30 September, 2022 | Supplied by: Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)

ARENA has launched a $43m grants program that is aiming to identify ways to reduce energy costs and emissions in the industrial sector.

Why manufacturing needs data-led sustainability goals

27 September, 2022

As a society, we're all working towards shared sustainability goals, and industry has its part to play using sustainability targets led by data.

Australia & New Zealand's infrastructure industry is well positioned to reach net zero

27 September, 2022 by Sumit Oberoi, Industry Strategist, Autodesk Construction Solutions | Supplied by: Autodesk Australia

Australia and New Zealand's infrastructure industry is well positioned to meet 2030 benchmarks and the net zero carbon by 2050 goal.

Changing role of Australian CFOs

26 September, 2022

As companies place greater emphasis on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) initiatives, business leaders in Australia have high expectations of their CFOs.

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