Coal fired power in faster phase out under AEMO roadmap

As much as 60% of Australia’s east coast coal powered energy generation is expected to be retired in the period up until 2030, with...

How exposed is the supply chain to climate risks?

Since 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant disruptions across global supply chains, leading to shortages of everything from semiconductors to paper. In 2021, supply...

Renewables and wildlife – a fine balancing act

The deadly impact of windfarms on bird and bat populations shows there are no easy solutions when it comes to developing sustainable energy. Under the...

Is the future nuclear? Why a maligned technology could be back on the cards

Human activity is changing the earth’s climate. Since the end of the 19th century, the planet’s temperature has increased by at least 1º Celsius....

Learning from Fukushima: Eleven years after the disaster, are we still building in the...

On March 11, 2011, the massive 9.0 Tōhoku earthquake struck off the coast of Japan, triggering a tsunami that killed more than 19,000 people. The...

Eyes in the sky: How drones are revolutionising the way we look at big...

In the construction industry, drones are already used for aerial photography, surveying, inspections, and safety and security monitoring. And as unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)...

How to better sort and reuse post-disaster waste

Around the world, natural disasters in the form of bushfires, earthquakes, storms, floods, cyclones and hurricanes cause billions of dollars of damage each year....

How cybercriminals are increasingly targeting critical infrastructure

According to a new report by the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, global ransomware attacks – where hackers infect a device with malware and...

World-first bushfire hazard detection system aiming to save lives, property and environment

The University of Queensland and Google have launched a new partnership to develop a world-first bushfire hazard detection system that issues warnings in real-time. The...

Royal Mint announces pioneering pilot to recycle precious metals

In a world first, the Royal Mint in the UK has announced a partnership with Canadian startup Excir to retrieve and recycle gold and...

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