The Queensland Government has produced a draft strategy for working towards a zero-emissions transport network.
The corporate operations of NEXTDC have now been certified as carbon neutral under the federal government's National Carbon Offset Standard (NCOS).
A NABERS 5-star rating has just been awarded to the NEXTDC M1 Melbourne data centre.
The first International E-Waste Day will be held on 13 October to raise awareness about the responsible recycling of electronic waste.
A new report suggests that 3300 tonnes of lithium-ion battery waste in Australia could be managed through a new battery recycling industry.
Ricoh Australia has become the first IT services company in the country to achieve carbon-neutral status.
Apple's power is now composed of 100% renewable energy, as part of the company's commitment to fighting climate change.
The largest deployment of pure battery electric cars and pure EV car sharing model in the Southern Hemisphere has been launched by the New Zealand Prime Minister.
A solar microgrid is being implemented to power the South Australian Produce Market.
The electric super highway in Queensland is now ready, with charger stations for electric vehicles (EV) installed all the way from Coolangatta to Cairns, and from Brisbane to Toowoomba.
The university has signed with Maoneng Australia and Origin Energy to source 100% of its energy from a solar farm.
A new report suggests that electronic waste (e-waste) is a growing problem around the world, with 44.7 million metric tonnes generated in 2016 alone.
Businesses need to increase their recycling efforts to help reduce the amount of e-waste going into landfill, according to TechCollect.
A new facility has been supported by the Victorian Government which will help to remove e-waste from landfill.
Nearly half of all Australians are not disposing of their e-waste at the expense of the environment, according to new research.