Posts and News Tagged 

News

Posts

Industry

Carbon Emissions — What has the bigger impact — what you eat or eating local?

Animal agriculture is responsible for 14.5% of global greenhouse gas emissions with beef cattle alone contributing about 3%.
Industry

Avarni is developing a new format to report on the scope 3 emissions of leading companies

They have arrived at a formula to calculate the amount of unpriced carbon risk which sits within the supply chain of these companies.
Industry

Welcome our Founding Advisor, Mandi Gunsberger

Entrepreneurial rockstar Mandi Gunsberger joins the Climate Salad family.
Industry

We're hiring a Community Manager at Climate Salad

Climate Salad is looking for a qualified and climate action passionate Community Manager to join our small, dynamic team.
Industry

Climate change is about us, not the planet and 9 more different ideas

A list of different ways to look at climate change
Events

Sustainable Materials Challenge 2021

Have your innovative materials, products, and scientific breakthroughs utilised as part of the 23rd Biennale of Sydney.
Industry

$14B in new Climate Tech Capital this year

What is happening in the world of climate tech venture funds?
Industry

Green Unicorns - climate tech companies worth one billion dollars

How many Green Unicorns (climate tech companies worth more than $1B) are there? Where are they from? What sectors are they in?

News

Sustainability Report | Atlassian

Atlassian’s sustainability report covers our impacts on climate change, customer trust, diversity and belonging, and investing in education worldwide.

October 13, 2021
Found by:
Mick Liubinskas
NSW sets sights on $80b hydrogen investment

Up to $3 billion in incentives will be on offer from the NSW government as part of a new strategy for hydrogen in the state.

October 13, 2021
Found by:
Mick Liubinskas
France's $35B innovation plan includes nuclear reactor funds

French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday unveiled a 5-year and $35B innovation plan

October 13, 2021
Found by:
Mick Liubinskas
Brazil's Bolsonaro accused of crimes against humanity at ICC for his record on the Amazon

A group of climate lawyers has urged the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro for his alleged attacks on the Amazon

October 13, 2021
Found by:
Stefan Knight
‘Double standards’: Australia failing to protect its ecosystems while backing global diversity target

A WWF-Australia report reveals more than 1,500 of the country’s unique ecosystems are lacking protection

October 13, 2021
Found by:
Michael Molitor
Google, YouTube to prohibit ads and monetization on climate denial content

It's one of the most aggressive measures any major tech platform has taken to combat climate change misinformation

October 13, 2021
Found by:
Zal Dastur
Telstra tips $1m into future ‘Atlassian of agritech’

Agritech startup Farmbot has banked $2.7 million, including $1 million from Telstra, as it races to install thousands of water-monitors in rural Australia.

October 12, 2021
Found by:
Michael Molitor
Carbon offsets to help coal, gas survive

Federal Energy Minister has rejected the Business Council ’s call to tighten up its so-called safeguard mechanism to force big polluters to change behaviour.

October 12, 2021
Found by:
Michael Molitor
Integrity of ‘opaque’ carbon offset rules must be tightened: Grattan

A new report says that ‘before we get too far down the track’ of offsetting emissions, key policies must be changed to ensure integrity of the system.

October 12, 2021
Found by:
Michael Molitor
Pathzero raises $6.8 million to improve carbon transparency

Sydney startup Pathzeo raised $6.8m to expand globally in a round was by VC Carthona Capital, with Antler Australia investing for a 3rd time.

October 12, 2021
Found by:
Mick Liubinskas
The Heat Is On: How Reversing Climate Change Can Define Our Generation

The Heat Is On: How Reversing Climate Change Can Define Our Generation

October 12, 2021
Found by:
Michael Molitor
Halt destruction of nature or risk ‘dead planet’, leading businesses warn

Exclusive: executives demand meaningful action to protect ecosystems as UN biodiversity summit opens

October 12, 2021
Found by:
Michael Molitor
Scientists looked at more than 100,000 studies and found the world has a giant climate-crisis blind spot

New machine learning-based study would suggest 85% of the world's population is experiencing the effects of the climate crisis right now.

October 12, 2021
Found by:
Michael Molitor
October 15 | School Strike 4 Climate Australia

Join us around the country on October 15 to demand that the government treat climate change for what it is: a crisis.

October 12, 2021
Found by:
Mandi Gunsberger
‘Double standards’: Australia failing to protect its ecosystems while backing global diversity target

A WWF-Australia report reveals more than 1,500 of the country’s unique ecosystems are lacking protection

October 12, 2021
Found by:
Michael Molitor
Surging energy prices create perfect storm for PM

Demand and prices for coal and gas are surging just as Australia is trying to finalise plans for decarbonising its economy. What’s the story?

October 6, 2021
Found by:
Michael Molitor
Australia's Scott Morrison under pressure as biggest state boosts climate targets

Every Australian state and territory has committed to net zero by 2050, but the Morrison-led government won't make the same pledge

October 6, 2021
Found by:
Stefan Knight
Microsoft’s million-tonne CO2-removal purchase — lessons for net zero

Strengthen markets, measures and definitions for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to fight climate change.

October 6, 2021
Found by:
Michael Molitor
Investible launches $100M AUD fund for early-stage climate tech startups – TechCrunch

Investible, the Sydney-based early-stage venture firm, announced today it is raising a $100 million AUD (about $72.3 million USD) Climate Tech Fund.

October 6, 2021
Found by: