David RowlinsonSeptember 18th, 2020
David RowlinsonSeptember 17th, 2020
In the wake of relentless drought, a brutal and tragic summer of bushfires and the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian people and land are facing the task of recovering and rebuilding. Regeneration is perhaps more important for the Australian people and our environment now than ever before.
Bisphenol A (BPA) is an industrial chemical widely used in a range of products we use in everyday life and is developing a reputation as a chemical that should be avoided. BPA is cheap and easily accessible and is therefore produced on mass for use worldwide. The chemical itself is used in the production of many common plastics, resins and paper products.
The aim of this trial was to determine what a successful future program looks like and to recommend the way forward for the industry.
Governments at all levels invest in greening Australian urban spaces. Yet, there is a wealth of evidence suggesting that despite these efforts, most of our metropolitan areas are actually losing green tree cover.
Following the twin traumas of the summer's bushfires and the ongoing pandemic, the Australian people and landscape face the task of recovery. With National Tree Day 2020, we explore how our land and communities have been impacted and how together, we can start the journey towards regeneration.
New research has found that 70% of Australians believe individual actions can have an impact on global environmental issues like climate change.
Planet Ark Power's electricity grid-transforming solution wins at Startup Energy Transition Awards Berlin
Planet Ark Power’s Australian-made technology is revolutionalising our energy supply and lowering electricity costs all while reducing harmful CO2 emissions. It will be showcased on the international stage as one of 15 finalists for the Start Up Energy Transition (SET) Awards, held in Germany.
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