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How Far Off Is a Zero Carbon Future?
Green
Monday March 21 2016

How Far Off Is a Zero Carbon Future?

Effectively integrating design, technology and tools that reduce energy use and carbon emissions in our homes and businesses, and doing so whilst creating and using clean...

Carbon Positive Prefab Home Attacks Climate Change
Residential
Friday February 27 2015

Carbon Positive Prefab Home Attacks Climate Change

A small prefab home recently on display in Melbourne is Australia’s first carbon positive prefab home, according to ArchiBlox, the design-build firm that built it.

Australia’s First Carbon Neutral Bricks
Green
Tuesday March 18 2014

Australia’s First Carbon Neutral Bricks

Bricks made using sawdust have become the first of their kind in Australia to be recognised as carbon neutral, the organisation behind the products says.

Melbourne’s New Home for Architecture Opens
Commercial
Thursday March 6 2014

Melbourne’s New Home for Architecture Opens

The Australian Institute of Architects’ Victorian chapter has officially moved into its new home, dubbed 41X, a building that was eight years in the making.

Australia’s Largest Solar Projects Set to Go Ahead
Energy
Friday August 2 2013

Australia’s Largest Solar Projects Set to Go Ahead

Two of what energy giant AGL Energy Ltd says are the largest solar projects in Australia are set to proceed following a final investment decision by...

World’s First Carbon Negative Building Block Unveiled
Green
Thursday June 6 2013

World’s First Carbon Negative Building Block Unveiled

British masonry producer Lignacite has unveiled what it claims is the world's first "carbon-negative building block."