OPINION

The government's new energy plans will leave investors less confident than ever

The government's new energy plans will leave investors less confident than ever

Australians should be deeply concerned about the signals coming from the Turnbull government since this month's release of Chief Scientist Alan Finkel's landmark report on the future of Australia's electricity system.

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Large-scale investment and what it means for Non-Destructive Digging

Large-scale investment and what it means for Non-Destructive Digging

Large-scale investment into Australian infrastructure means that our concrete landscape is set to change. There may be opportunities for the construction industry, but what will happen to the waste produced?

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Looming data avalanche poses big challenges for environmental agencies

Looming data avalanche poses big challenges for environmental agenciesLock icon

Every day, vast quantities of air quality data is collected in cities and towns around the world. Generated by 16,000 monitoring stations spread across 60 countries, the data is used by agencies to spot pollution problems and guide effective responses....

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Don't waste your energy asking the wrong question

Don't waste your energy asking the wrong questionLock icon

Energy markets are undeniably complicated.

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Australia has stalled on car efficiency

Australia has stalled on car efficiency

Last year, Australia's new cars were just 1.1% less polluting than the year before, according to a report released this week by the National Transport Commission.

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A more sustainable future demands better collaboration with young Australians

A more sustainable future demands better collaboration with young Australians

Increased intergenerational collaboration to unleash the power of Australia's next generation of entrepreneurs is key to solving global challenges, said experts who gathered this week in Sydney at the 'Creating a More Sustainable World' forum.

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Why US companies will ignore Trump's withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement

Why US companies will ignore Trump's withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement

Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord has received widespread condemnation from political leaders, scientists, activists and climate experts. Perhaps surprisingly, a number of big businesses have also voiced their disagreement...

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Mobile Conversations: Should I Recycle or Reuse?

Mobile Conversations: Should I Recycle or Reuse?Lock icon

Now more than ever there are a variety of options available to mobile phone users for managing their old devices. Recycling is not the only option.

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Time for China and Europe to lead, as Trump dumps the Paris climate deal

Time for China and Europe to lead, as Trump dumps the Paris climate deal

President Donald Trump's announcement overnight that he will withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement comes as no surprise. After all, this is the man who famously claimed that climate change was a hoax created by the Chinese.

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Government ignores opportunities to avoid squandering $14B

Government ignores opportunities to avoid squandering $14B

The Bioenergy Association is disappointed the government is not recognising that by investing in bioenergy and other renewable energy opportunities within New Zealand, it can avoid squandering $14 billion to overseas countries to meet our climate change...

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