Woolworths aims to be ‘emissions positive’ by 2050

Big business is increasingly aware that its customers demand meaningful action on climate change. Woolworths has answered the call with plans to power all...

City of Sydney equips entire fleet with advanced GPS trackers

Each of the 340 assets in the City of Sydney’s vehicle fleet – from 23-tonne garbage collection trucks to lightweight electric cars – has...

Western Sydney Airport construction on track despite pandemic

Construction of the new Western Sydney Airport remains on track with the massive major earthworks stage well underway

Tips for building managers on encouraging tenants to recycle

While more people are living in apartments than ever before, getting them to use recycling services can prove to be challenging. A 2019 report...

Five steps on the path to effective parks management

Municipal councils often have park space and infrastructure they can’t afford to maintain and keep in the long term. By prioritising service and appropriate...

Doubts remain about the safety of turning waste into energy

Are waste-to-energy plants a safe way to dispose of waste?

Local governments preparing for higher flood risks

Local governments across Australia will be putting flood mitigation plans in place in the event of severe weather over the coming months

Roadmap shows the way for smart cities across Australia

Local councils across Australia are rapidly adopting smart cities projects to develop communities that are safe, sustainable and digitally connected. These projects had been...

Stormwater solutions cleaning up Sydney’s waterways

Targets for the continual improvement of local waterways in and around Sydney will see Sydney Water spend about $10.1 billion between now and 2024....

How smart street furniture is reshaping our cities

Smart street furniture improves accessibility and connectivity in our cities, but important questions about data access and security remain unanswered. A study by the University...

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