In part two of his article on transforming the building sector, TURLOUGH GUERIN explores ethics in construction, developments in supply chains and more.
In part one of his article on transforming the building sector, TURLOUGH GUERIN considers some of the highlights of the GBCA National conference.
Research published by the Urban Land Institute reveals strategies to mitigate the impact extreme heat conditions are having on cities.
Enshrining climate change in international law as a threat to peace and security could provide peace-keeping resources to vulnerable communities, and...
Heavily urbanised areas within cities are much hotter than other areas, contributing to global warming and damaging people’s health, and it’s set to get...
Smartphones are rarely recycled and that’s just one reason tech devices are increasing our carbon footprints, writes Lotfi Belkhir.
In a world that feels increasingly less safe, conscientious facilities managers need to ensure that any possible threat to security is addressed. But it...
The Government will build two large-scale batteries, with ARENA and leading energy companies, as part of the most sophisticated energy storage initiative.
The Vic Government is supporting investment-ready social enterprises to respond to climate change, avoid and recover waste and improve resource efficiency.
The report outlines reductions in the carbon intensity of its portfolio, as well as other environmental, social and governance (ESG) measures.