A new property development in WA is sealing roads with a material made from plastic bags, toner cartridges, crumb rubber from car tyres and recycled asphalt pavement.
Renewable Cities Australia 2019 will showcase strategies to help organisations cost-effectively move towards net-zero energy, as well as explore developments in zero-emission transport.
UNSW Sydney has launched a three-year strategy to deepen its commitment to environmental sustainability.
Researchers from Flinders University and UniSA have developed an absorbent polymer that can safely and cost-effectively remove toxic PFAS from contaminated water.
Emissions-free transport in Scandinavia has received a boost following the opening of a flagship ultra-fast electric vehicle charging station in Fredericia, Denmark.
Australia's energy mix is expected to undergo radical change. This will be explored at the 2019 Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition.
With a growing world population, increased urbanisation and the effects of climate change being felt throughout the world, the demand for sustainable buildings is gaining momentum.
Following the 2019 federal election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has appointed his new ministry.
202020 Vision is touring Australia to foster collaboration between councils and communities in a bid to achieve more green spaces in our cities.
Waste Management in NZ has achieved CEMARS certification for managing and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Sydney's Green Square has been awarded the highest possible Green Star community rating for the sustainable planning, design and construction of the project.
Timor-Leste has signed an agreement with Mura for a US$40 million chemical recycling plant that will help to establish a circular economy for plastic waste.
A Swedish study has revealed that paper from fresh fibres has a lower environmental impact than paper from recycled fibres in certain situations.
A study published in Communications Biology has revealed that the marine bacteria producing 10% of our oxygen supply is under threat from plastic pollution.
A Monash study has identified a water-splitting technology that could make stable, affordable, green hydrogen production a reality.