New South Wales

green globe

Green Globe Awards 2018 shine a bright light on winners

NSW government’s Green Globe Awards on Thursday night last week again proved they are the event of the year on the state’s sustainability calendar. But they performed even more important…

UKO Stanmore co-living

My night in a co-living community in Sydney

Rebecca Dracup from Wood and Grieve Engineers spent a night in UKO Stanmore – Sydney’s newest co-living space – this is what she found

sustainability engagement coordinator

Cityswitch: Sustainability engagement coordinator

The City of Sydney is looking for a sustainability engagement coordinator to join the CitySwitch Green Office program to accelerate action in the business community towards net zero and beyond.

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The Department of Planning & Environment: Manager, Program Delivery

Do you want to be part of NSW’s transition to a modern energy system? We are looking for talented and innovative individuals to assist the government in delivering a range of exciting new clean energy projects to drive NSW towards its commitment to net zero emissions by 2050.

Sydney transport

Sydney falls short on green public transport

Sydney looks to be falling behind other capital cities on renewable powered public transport, with a new Climate Council report flagging Adelaide, Canberra and Melbourne as national standouts.

Tomorrowland

On what we discover on the way to Tomorrowland

You pick up some great insights doing the briefings with speakers and panel members for an event like Tomorrowland. These people are a cross section of the best in the industry and they’re really tapped in. When they tell you something it’s for reason. We think some of them exemplify exactly what T’land is about.

Tomorrowland 2018: Green fortification the way forward

Turning the tables on traditional engineering in favour of deploying green fortification to battle climate change will be one of the key areas of focus during a Tomorrowland presentation by Griffith University’s Cheryl Desha.

future of buildings

The future of buildings: product to process

Why should we care about the future of buildings? This question was posed last week by Dr Mathew Aitchison, Professor in Architecture and lead for the University of Sydney’s Innovation and Applied Design Lab at August’s Sydney Ideas – The Future of Building.