Online platforms are awash with ads for so-called “green” products. Power companies are “carbon…
The electric transport revolution is a great chance to rethink how we move through our cities – and whether we even need a car at all.
Microplastics are readily found in treated wastewater sludge — also known as municipal biosolids — that eventually make their way to our agricultural soils.
We estimate each vehicle uses just under 10 kilowatt-hours of electricity per day. That’s about 40 per cent of the daily use of a four-person house in Queensland.
The growth in apartment living in Australia threatens to add to the growing challenge of apartment waste – a worldwide problem.
If the transition to a circular economy is to be successful, it needs to be planned from the perspective of everyday life within households.
Global coffee consumption has been increasing steadily for almost 30 years. It is estimated that around 2 billion cups of coffee are consumed daily worldwide.
The global population is close to 8 billion, and the amount of land available for human burial is running out…
Why we all need to get much better at dealing with the waste issues associated with adult incontinence products.
Since the 1990s, average April-May rainfall in the northern basin has decreased significantly, coinciding with accelerated climate change.
The vast majority of carbon storage credited under the government’s carbon credits scheme has either not occurred, or would have occurred anyway.