The search for climate-change hacks is ramping up across the world as the window to reduce greenhouse gas emissions narrows, with scientists in China experimenting with new ways of blocking out the sun.
WorkSafe Victoria’s new headquarters at 1 Malop Street in Geelong – the first Australian office to gain WELL Building Standard Gold precertification for its fitout – has officially opened, on time and on budget.
Docklands in Melbourne has solidified its reputation as a test-bed for engineered timber, with developer AsheMorgan announcing Melbourne’s first cross-laminated timber (CLT) office building.
The Victorian government will use its own purchasing power to drive demand for recycled products as part of a $37 million package announced by energy, environment and climate change minister Lily D’Ambrosio on Tuesday.
The government has again provoked the ire of renewable energy advocates this week, with Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg suggesting new coal-fired power stations may be welcomed as part of the National Energy Guarantee (NEG).
A tax on “virgin” plastics, paper and metals has been proposed in the City of Melbourne’s Current Recycling Challenges discussion paper released today.
It’s a Melbourne special this week: Rail Projects Victoria is hiring a Senior Sustainability Advisor, a maternity backfill position helping to lead the delivery of the sustainability program across the Metro…
You’ve got to have a lot of sympathy for scientists; they go about inventing new ways to make our lives more comfortable, generally by trying to beat (or cheat) nature
Well-designed public buildings are sustainable buildings, and I’m not solely referring to this in an environmental sense.
Architecture, urban design and planning firm Architectus has made four new appointments amidst ongoing growth.
After providing ESD and sustainability advice to a diverse client base for 15 years, Melbourne-based Sustainable Development Consultants is hiring a new staff member as part of its organic growth.
Malaysian-based developer EcoWorld is offering potential residents of its Yarra One apartment development exclusive access to a Tesla car share scheme – part of a growing number of green marketing strategies in the apartment sector, particularly in Melbourne.
A new residential development in inner Melbourne is referencing the environmental and social sustainability outcomes of its neighbours The Commons and Nightingale 1 as part of its marketing drive.
It’s been several years since a conference has been organised that’s been aimed primarily at residential energy assessors.