Category Archives: CSR

Sydney Opera House sails away on green energy

As part of Sydney’s VividSydney festival, the Sydney Opera House will literally go green to highlight its new carbon neutral status. Continue reading Sydney Opera House sails away on green energy

Wildcats legend key to western energy revival

The news dropped yesterday that Wildcats alumni Andrew Vlahov has been appointed CEO of thermal clean energy tech group Enerji, Continue reading Wildcats legend key to western energy revival

Wild Onesie Week will raise more than eyebrows

Here’s something that is as wonderfully silly as it sounds. From June 1st, Aussies will raise money for WWF by wearing onesies to work. Continue reading Wild Onesie Week will raise more than eyebrows

Cabinet accepts RET compromise: 33,000GWh by 2020

The Federal Cabinet has just announced a compromise on the 20% Renewable Energy Target (RET); a figure of 33,000GWh by 2020. Continue reading Cabinet accepts RET compromise: 33,000GWh by 2020

Tasmania’s ‘big data’ project is building sustainable economies

Can big data power sustainable economies? Tasmanian researcher Sense-T thinks so, and is using a high-tech sensor network to prove it. Continue reading Tasmania’s ‘big data’ project is building sustainable economies

Why climate change apathy is killing Australia

Last night Channel Ten’s The Project host Waleed Aly blew up the internet by presenting a scathing and satirical review on Australia’s Continue reading Why climate change apathy is killing Australia

CEFC profits mean a big win for Australia too

Wondering if anyone is actually investing in clean energy in Australia? Well the CEFC is investing – to the tune of $931 million. Continue reading CEFC profits mean a big win for Australia too

Netflix Australia launch raises more questions

Yesterday, Netflix launched in Australia to the excitement of fans everywhere. For as little as $8.99 we can have (legal) access to over Continue reading Netflix Australia launch raises more questions

Green Cities Conference 2015: This Week 17-19 March

Australia’s premier conference for the built environment is happening this week in Melbourne from the 17th – 19th March. Continue reading Green Cities Conference 2015: This Week 17-19 March