More than three-quarters (80%) of young families surveyed in a new study agree Australia could do more to reach Paris Climate Agreement goals.
Transport for NSW has appointed Arcadis as Engineering Services Technical Advisor to provide engineering design solutions in relation to the Central Precinct Renewal Program.
Researchers are using fungal mycelium to produce a skin-like material that could serve as an alternative to leather and be suitable for industrial production.
The smart use of water to maintain soil moisture and cultivate green space can reduce average ambient temperatures at Adelaide Airport by more than 3°C.
The nation's 20 largest banks are taking steps to reduce emissions from their operations and investments, but activity is ad hoc and not fully aligned with the Paris Agreement.
The award-winning work has been adopted by the United Nations and more than 140 countries to track and compare progress in addressing land degradation.
How reporting and partnerships can drive corporate change towards accomplishing the SDGs and lead to ideas for new collaborations.
The guidelines will provide organisations with a framework for reviewing and implementing more sustainable food service packaging options.
A project database of $165 billion represents an opportunity for sustainable infrastructure to enhance productivity and quality of life while reducing environmental impact.
The Sydney Opera House has announced its commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
A light installation at the second edition of the Fremantle Biennale art program, Undercurrent 19, calls attention to rising water levels and climate change.
Ultimately, climate change will affect the world's bridges, but to what extent?
The awards recognise outstanding researchers in Australia and New Zealand who have made significant contributions to their fields and areas of research.
The government has released a Native Fish Emergency Response Plan to protect the Murray–Darling Basin's native fish ahead of an expected hot and dry summer.