How to take a multi-faceted approach to environmental sustainability
With carbon emissions a key theme of climate change policy debate, businesses often place great emphasis on achieving carbon neutrality.
Greenlife Industry Australia launches Careers Hub to attract new talent
The Greenlife Industry Careers Hub offers a portal to a series of resources relating to careers, education and professional development, to support the attraction, development and retention of workers in the greenlife industry.
Cloudflare targets creation of new blueprint for a zero emissions internet
Cloudflare, Inc., the security, performance, and reliability company helping to build a better Internet announced it will help power an Internet with zero carbon emissions.
Calix partnering in $39m Australian government low carbon research
Australian technology company Calix Limited is pleased to announce it is partnering in a low carbon research project, which has won $39 million in Australian government funding.
World-first Australian shelter solution set for full scale production
The Brigadier had just returned from his latest tour of Iraq where he had identified a problem of inadequate and wasteful shelters, as well as the need for the Army to avoid having to predefine its shelter requirements before deployment.
Australian environmental startup Zero Co raises $5 million in funding
Ambitious Aussie startup Zero Co has just closed its third oversubscribed funding round, netting $1.9M in funding to take their total raise to $5M, an impressive result for a company that began shipping its zero-waste products to customers just 6 months ago.
Homegrown carbon tech startup one year on to go out of business
Lack of political will and inaction from the Australian Government leaves businesses showing leadership with entrepreneurs scaling to meet the demand, but some with a deeper mission.
Planet Protector Packaging uses waste wool to replace polystyrene
An Australian company has pioneered globally the use of wasted wool from the underbelly of sheep to replace billions of tonnes of Polystyrene and compete against the US$28 billion global polystyrene market giving Australian and New Zealand sheep farmers increased revenue.
EY and IIF risk management survey shows climate change now tops risk concern lists...
Climate change tops the list of both long- and short-term risks for Asia-Pacific banks, according to the 11th EY and Institute of International Finance (IIF) bank risk management survey, Resilient banking: Capturing opportunities and managing risks over the long term.
The morning office coffee run led to an award winning business idea
It felt painfully ironic. There we were, using reusable coffee cups but carrying them in a disposable coffee tray.