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Research and Resources
Decarbonising Australia’s electricity sector alone won’t offset the country’s rising emissions, according to new insights released by Energetics.
Solar the preferred energy source and in Queensland majority wants coal fired power station phase out – , here’s what we’ve learned from the Australia Institute’s 2019 Climate of the Nation report.
The majority of Australian retail investors would be willing to see lower returns if the companies they invested in always behaved ethically, a recent report has found. The report, conducted by KPMG, surveyed 1510 Australian retail shareholders and found transparency and honesty to be one of the most sought after factors when considering which companies…
We need to get people to live and work closer together. And if we can revive and extend existing infrastructure, it is always cheaper.
More than half of workers prefer open plan offices, a survey by Poly has found, particularly among Gen Y and Z. But 99 per cent of those who actually work in open plan offices say they are distracted at least some of the time.
New international research uncovering exactly what happens as bacteria breaks down the carbohydrates contained in algae could create a valuable, sustainable resource.
The CRC for Low Carbon Living may have officially wrapped up at the end of June, but its impact is far from over. The legacy of this seven year running collaborative research centre continues with a suit of tools and guides to help everyone from consumers to councils and designers make better, more comfortable buildings and communities.