Why bringing back elephants, sharks and other big beasts could be surprisingly useful in the race to bring down emissions
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.
The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) has launched a climate initiative aimed scaling and accelerating climate-related corporate engagement.
Rich Lister and philanthropist Alan Schwartz will on Wednesday commit $100 million to investments in carbon reduction initiatives, with millions more to advocate for policy and regulatory change, and insists the money is far from charity.
Bucking economic headwinds, the climate crisis is a key driver of growth in Australian startups, a benchmark report shows.
Australian climate technology company Rumin8 has announced the appointment of a new board member and board observer, both with significant climate-tech company development experience, in an effort to enhance its climate-tech development experience.
Australian researchers have discovered a substance that converts air into electricity, opening the way for future devices to be powered by the air around them.
Climate tech startups in those three cities raised over €1bn in 2022, and each is home to at least one green unicorn
Nokia has announced one of the first budget Android smartphones designed to be repaired at home allowing users to swap out the battery in under five minutes in partnership with iFixit.
Australia can slash its total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by over 80 per cent in five years using existing clean technology, a report has found. This is almost double the Federal Government’s current target of 43 per cent from 2005 levels.
The energy analyst says we can’t wait for more innovative energy sources to become viable
These days climate investing is hot — if you will pardon the awful pun — but the days of just raising a fund and calling it “climate focused” are well and truly over.
A hybrid solar + storage facility comprised of 1,300 second-life EV battery packs is fully operational in California.
A California startup using rocks to soak up carbon dioxide from the air has teamed up with a Canadian company to mineralize the gas in concrete, a technological tie-up that is a first and they say could provide a model for fighting climate change globally.
Early modelling suggests the world’s climate could shift to an El Niño pattern towards the end of 2023, which is likely to increase the global average temperature
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.
Some people are calling 2022 the year the party ended. Others are calling it the hangover, or even the new normal. What we can all agree on is that 2022 was a year of reckoning for the venture capital (VC) industry.
A new report by the United Nations Environment Programme warns that investment in nature-based solutions must double by 2025 if the world is to limit global warming to 1.5°C, as well as halting biodiversity loss and progressively increasing land degradation.
Climate tech funding represented more than a quarter of venture capital investment in 2022 so far, and has been in the upper half of the 20-30% range since the start of 2018, according to PwC’s new State of Climate Tech 2022 report.