An Australian company lifted the glass cloche on a meatball made of lab-grown cultured meat using the genetic sequence from the long-extinct pachyderm, saying it was meant to fire up public debate about the hi-tech treat.
Australia’s Allume Energy has the world’s only technology capable of sharing rooftop solar with multiple units in residential apartment buildings.
The world is facing an imminent water crisis, with demand expected to outstrip the supply of fresh water by 40% by the end of this decade, experts have said on the eve of a crucial UN water summit.
Hub71, Abu Dhabi’s global tech ecosystem, has found a new ally to help startups gain access to capital, with its recent partnership with Investible, the Asia-Pacific based venture capital firm.
Fossil fuel cars emit 12 times more carbon dioxide per mile than electric ones
The NSW government is investing $64 million into the state’s the first two green hydrogen hub projects, in the Illawarra and Moree, as it also opens up applications for $1.5 billion in concessions for large-scale green hydrogen producers.
The Greens and David Pocock seek big changes to the safeguard mechanism, and a climate trigger. In the meantime, the policy allows companies to entirely offset emissions with sham credits. By Mike Seccombe.
With climate change driving more and more extreme flooding events, engineers are increasingly turning to nature for solutions.
The capital's Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) saw harmful pollution decrease in central and inner London, according to a new City Hall report.
The energy analyst says we can’t wait for more innovative energy sources to become viable
The country is plummeting in the global rankings of innovative nations and risks becoming a low-paid, services economy unless it reconsiders investment in deep tech.
Climate startups now have a growing talent pool to choose from, and hiring is picking up, according to recruiters, venture capitalists, and workers who already made the jump from Big Tech to climate tech.
A University of Sydney Professor developing cutting edge solar technology has received $2.78 million in research funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to commercial the idea in a partnership with Sydney startup SunDrive.
Australia and California have much in common – sun, surf and an over-representation of screen talent. With a population of 40 million people, the US state is bigger than our 26 million, but that's not wildly different when comparing jurisdictions.
An independent review into the government's carbon credit scheme has rejected suggestions it is fundamentally flawed, but has made a series of recommendations to improve its transparency and integrity.
Governments appear to have signed a once-in-a-decade deal to halt the destruction of Earth’s ecosystems, but the agreement seems to have been forced through by the Chinese president, ignoring the objections of some African states.
Global renewable power capacity growth is set to double over the next five years, driven by energy security concerns in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday.
A well-known chocolate brand is switching to paper packaging in a bid to avoid excess plastic waste.
The City of Casey, through its Circular Economy Living Lab Grant, has awarded funding to food sustainability start-up Forkful which will enable it to launch its food waste platform in the area.