Just days before my first child was born, I escaped apocalyptic scenes in Sydney to return home, with the country’s biggest city blanketed in thick red smoke from out-of-control bushfires.
TECHNOLOGY: Simon Carter’s company Morphosis and other supporting organisations last week launched the Sustainable Digitalisation Project – a collaboration making digitalisation in real estate and cities responsible, ethical and sustainable.
What if our homes were alive? I don’t mean smart homes with the disembodied voice of Alexa deciding the setting for your living room spotlights. I mean actually alive – growing, living, breathing and even reproducing. T
There is something almost magical about some events.
Two new reports from the City of Melbourne and Sustainable Business Australia have called for stronger government intervention into an impending future of autonomous vehicles.
Biophilia, the rise of 6D BIM and fresh approaches to climate change, reconciliation and wellbeing were the megatrends getting people excited at last week’s Green Cities conference in Melbourne.
Remember the days when people whined about green buildings and said “What next?”
Oh my, what a way to end the year. A beautiful Christmas present to our readers and the rest of Australia.
We asked a few people for their views on what to expect in 2018.
One year has passed since the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030 (SDGs) were decided upon in New York. The core aims and objectives of the 17 SDGs are to eradicate poverty, reduce the effects of climate change, protect the environment and promote human rights.
A convergence of trends will see the sun set on many low-skilled jobs to be replaced by a growing cohort of highly-skilled, mobile workers, new research says. A report released this week by the Centre for Australian Economic Development says this new age of workers will be in the technical and professional services across the globe […]