Australian industry heavyweights are working together to explore pathways to emissions reduction, establishing the Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative.
UNSW researchers have found that man-made reefs — in conjunction with the restoration or protection of natural habitat — can increase fish abundance in estuaries.
Environmental change is harming health, but an Australian-led study reveals that current models of health care are harming the environment, too.
CSIRO is looking to relocate up to 450 of its employees and researchers into a bespoke state-of-the-art facility to be built in Western Sydney.
All-Energy Australia is gearing up for its 2020 event this October to support the country's transition to a clean, reliable energy system of the future.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic is causing major disruptions to the trade, tourism, energy and finance sectors, environmental pressures are easing.
Waste Expo Australia provides a platform for navigating opportunities and changes in the waste and recycling sector.
An expert panel has examined how businesses can take the lead in managing climate risk in the short and long term, supporting local communities to create a better future for all.
The program will enable FIMER to work more closely with its key partners to enable and drive growth.
The Recycling Modernisation Fund is set to generate $600 million of recycling investment from federal, state and industry stakeholders.
Hitachi Ltd and ABB Ltd have announced the completion of a new collaborative entity: Hitachi ABB Power Grids Ltd.
The awards recognise outstanding achievements by Victorians who are leading the way in sustainable innovation and practices across the state.
A new brand has been revealed for the Green Building Council of Australia and Green Star.
Australian builders are calling on construction industry professionals to take a stand on the climate change and biodiversity emergency.
Electric vehicles are becoming more popular in Australia, with a 149% increase in new car sales in 2019 compared with 2018.