Why Energy Costs Are a Bigger Risk to Jobs than Households
The general media have recently latched on to the issue of rising energy costs and their impacts on household budgets.
Finkel Report: Built Environment to Recharge Australia’s Energy Dialogue
Australia is in the midst of an energy crisis.
Changing Attitudes to Low Carbon Living: Who Leads?
The City of Sydney’s April 2017 newsletter, letter box dropped to its local community and published online, speaks volumes about changing attitudes to low carbon living...
Queensland’s 50% Renewable Energy Target: Where to From Here?
The Queensland government established the Renewable Energy Expert Panel in early 2016 to provide advice on credible pathways to achieving a 50 per cent Renewable Energy...
Energy Poverty: What it Means and What to Do
The term ‘energy poverty’ has two different meanings, and which meaning you use depends largely on whether you are in the developing world or the developed...
New Minister Offers Hope for a Sustainable Australia
The appointment of Josh Frydenberg as the new Minister for the Environment and Energy provides a much-needed opportunity for the Turnbull Government to press the reset...
What Does the Election Mean for Climate Policy?
Well, that was some election. But what does it mean for Australia's climate change policy?
QLD Construction and the Rise of Renewable Energy
Emerging building codes, changing client requirements and tenant wishes are making renewable and sustainable energy in commercial construction much more relevant.