Displaying items by tag: Climate Change

Farmers for Climate Action, a farmer-led organisation focused solely on climate change, says strong climate policy can help deliver Australian farmers a “great trade deal “with the EU.

Published in Climate

The threat of climate change is real, and regular folk like you and I can play a part in educating others and changing behaviours - of individuals, organisations, and governments - with a solid data-driven basis.

Published in Climate

“It’s now or never”: new IPCC report issues warning to governments to speed up renewables transition

Australia and the Federal Government have come under fire over lack of action in respnse to climate change in the wake of the Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change (IPCC) releasing its landmark Working Group III report - Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change - compiled by thousands of scientists over the past eight years.

Published in Climate

The Israelis have long worked on technologies to make the desert fertile, with the latest example being SupPlant, the AgTech company recently chosen as one of TIME’s Best Inventions, with the $27M raised to accelerate its intention to digitally inform every irrigation recommendation on earth.

Published in Climate

Acer today announced the new Acer Aspire Vero National Geographic Edition laptop, a special edition of the Acer Aspire Vero, incorporating design elements evocative of planet earth and with each purchase supporting the National Geographic Society.

Published in Hardware

Israeli-based agritech company SupPlant was deemed as one of the Best Inventions by Time magazine.

Published in Business IT

GUEST RESEARCH: A new study has revealed almost half of Australians (48%) won’t work for a business that doesn’t address climate change while seven out of eight Australians think businesses need to do more to take action on climate change. 

Published in ResearchWire

Australia’s national science agency, the CSIRO and the Commonwealth Bank (CBA) have launched a joint public-private sector initiative to investigate potential impacts of climate change to the finance sector.

Published in Climate

Local government councils representing more than two million Australians have called on the Federal Government to commit to strong, unified action on climate change, ahead of the UN Climate Conference COP26 in November.

Published in Climate

IBM today announced the launch of its new Environmental Intelligence Suite to help companies anticipate and respond to climate risks such as flooding and wildfires while providing insights to improve resiliency and meet sustainability goals.

Published in Climate

The annual Call for Code challenge. launched by IBM with support from the Linux Foundation and United Nations, invites the world's software developers and innovators to address climate change with open-source technology. This year four Australian teams are in the finals and one of these projects may well be the winner.

Published in Open Source

Japanese ICT giant Fujitsu has pledged to source 100% of its energy needs for its global Shiodome HQ building from October 2021 from renewables as part of a commitment to contributing to the realisation of a carbon-neutral society and adaptation to climate change.

Published in Energy

Epson is partnering with National Geographic in the fight against climate change, encouraging consumers and businesses to Turn Down the Heat with better technology choices.

Published in Home Tech

The City of Sydney has announced it will target net zero carbon emissions by 2035 – five years earlier than previously planned – in a move to help avert catastrophic climate change.

Published in Climate

The Malala Fund, a girls' education non-profit, with the aid of analytics vendor SAS has uncovered countries where girls are most at risk of experiencing educational interruption due to the ripple effect of catastrophic weather events.

Published in Education

Apple says its investment builds on the company’s forestry and responsible packaging innovations to deliver new financial and climate returns

Published in Energy

Integrated solutions and managed services provider Konica Minolta has received further global recognition for its commitment to sustainability, with a listing for the fourth time and a third year in a row among the 2021 Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World.

Published in Climate

A Greens member of the Victorian Parliament has slammed the State Government's move to impose a tax on electric vehicles from July next year, claiming it signalled "a dangerous step towards a privatised road user charge scheme in Victoria".

Published in Automotive
Monday, 14 September 2020 11:34

CQUniversity inks solar energy deal for campuses

CQUniversity campuses across Queensland will source 50% of their energy from renewable solar under a deal signed by the university with Columboola Solar Farm which is being built between the towns of Chinchilla and Miles.

Published in Energy
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