Kathryn Lucas-Healey, Australian National University; Alice Wendy Russell, Australian National University; Hedda Ransan-Cooper, Australian National University, and Hugo Temby, Australian National University
Here’s some new research out there that will help you choose which type of PV array is best for you and your business.
As the face of a 23,000-strong army of eco-warriors, Jamie Stott is the leader of a community first and foremost. She is someone who wants to connect with customers through a shared passion for sustainably and ethically sourced products. She is also the owner of a bricks-and-mortar retailer: Ecolateral.
Alex Wright, owner and director of Sydney nursery More Plants says that indoor plants have definitely picked up in popularity since the pandemic, with tropical and rare plants so popular that prices have dropped dramatically from $300 to around $30.
The ACT Container Deposit Scheme is celebrating its success for the fourth year running. Thanks to the tremendous effort of the community, over 181 million containers have been returned through the scheme’s network of return points – that’s more than $18 million in refunds back in the hands of the community.
Building a new home and want to make sure it’s operationally net zero?
Enrich360, founded by Yarra Valley Farms founder Bill Kollatos, creates compost and fertiliser from restaurants and catering food waste. His company utilises technology from South Korea (which has banned food waste in landfill) to reduce food waste volumes by up to 93 per cent.
As both government regulations and voluntary emissions reductions programs are constantly in flux, it would be wise to stay ahead of the curve.
The desire by people in richer countries for a diverse range of out-of-season produce imported from overseas is driving up global greenhouse gas emissions, new research has found.