RESEARCH & REPORTS

States and regions make progress on climate action

States and regions make progress on climate action

As thousands meet at the 23rd UN Climate Change Conference to discuss progress on implementing the Paris Agreement, a new report released recently has found that over 100 of the world's state and regional governments are making significant progress on...

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MobileMuster recycled over a million handsets & batteries in 2017

MobileMuster recycled over a million handsets & batteries in 2017Lock icon

MobileMuster have announced its full year results, growing industry participation, and the volume of mobile phone components recycled through the program.

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CEFC continues to accelerate clean energy investment in 2016-17

CEFC continues to accelerate clean energy investment in 2016-17

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) Annual Report for 2016-17 has been tabled in the Australian Senate, fulfilling an important part of the CEFC's transparency, information sharing and regulatory obligations.

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Arup explores using organic waste as building materials

Arup explores using organic waste as building materials

A new report from Arup demonstrates the potential of using organic waste for the creation of construction engineering and architecture products.

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Kathmandu exceeds targets with sixth annual sustainability report

Kathmandu exceeds targets with sixth annual sustainability report

Kathmandu have released its sixth annual Sustainability Report, which shows that the company has beaten its own targets when it comes to sustainability by working closely with individuals, environmental groups and even competitors to share best practice....

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Extending Liddell could result in higher costs than large-scale renewables

Extending Liddell could result in higher costs than large-scale renewables

A new report by energy analyst RepuTex says investing to extend the life of the ageing Liddell coal plant would likely result in higher costs than a new large-scale solar project with battery storage.

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New modelling urges large investment in renewable energy

New modelling urges large investment in renewable energy

New modelling has found that for Australia to keep its pledge to cut its greenhouse gas emissions significantly by 2030, a five-fold increase in the share of renewable energy in its energy mix by then is the cheapest way to meet this goal under a clean...

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SBA releases new insights on business readiness for decarbonisation

SBA releases new insights on business readiness for decarbonisation

Sustainable Business Australia (SBA) have recently released a report for C-Suite executives to assist with business in becoming more transparent with their investors about climate-related financial risks and opportunities, transitioning to a zero-carbon...

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National approach needed for Australia's water management

National approach needed for Australia's water management

The National Water Reform draft report released by the Productivity Commission has warned that a renewed national water reform agenda is needed in order for Australia to be better prepared for the next severe drought crisis.

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Grattan report calls for 'capacity mechanism' in Australia's electricity

Grattan report calls for 'capacity mechanism' in Australia's electricity

A new Grattan Institute report has called for preparatory work to begin immediately on a 'capacity mechanism' to ensure reliable electricity supplies with less threat of shortages and blackouts, as well as to encourage investment in new electricity generation,...

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