Tania Constable minerals council

Minerals Council joins corporate scramble to go green

Some of the most unlikely of corporate suspects are going green – or paying lip service to the cause – bowing to pressure from customers, shareholders and other stakeholders. The…

Bueno’s head start in Australia and where to next

Now six years old, the success of Bueno’s data-driven building operations software owes a lot to the maturity of energy performance in the Australian property sector. Now it’s looking to grow its presence overseas, with a new office set to open in New York next year.

Five ways to finance energy efficiency building upgrades

EUROPE: Financing building upgrades to make them more energy efficient is the subject of much research. It’s estimated it would need around EUR 100 billion (AU$163 billion) a year to meet the European target to tackle climate change.

Greg Combet

Industry super flexes muscles on emission reduction

Industry superannuation fund IFM Investors is pushing for carbon emissions reduction targets across a suite of assets including ports, airports, rail and electricity distributor Ausgrid.

David Chandler appointed NSW building commissioner

David Chandler appointed NSW building commissioner

Gladys Berejiklian has appointed David Chandler OAM the NSW building commissioner in the latest step towards an overhaul of the state’s building laws. Mr Chandler will commence the role on…

Integral rises up the deep green charts

Integral Group, the engineering firm that positions itself as “deep green engineering,” has catapulted to the national stage by merging with Umow Lai, one of the most respected groups in the business.