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Eco Stories

INSTYLE SOLAR NAMED THIRD FASTEST GROWING COMPANY IN AUSTRALIA

| March 24, 2020 | Reply
INSTYLE SOLAR NAMED THIRD FASTEST GROWING COMPANY IN AUSTRALIA

Leading residential solar provider, Instyle Solar has gained the title of Australia’s third fastest growing company in the Australian Financial Review (AFR) Fast 100 List for 2020, with an average three-year growth rate of 128 per cent.? Instyle Solar CEO and Founder, Karl Brown says the achievement is testament to putting customers and honesty at […]

Rec Fishers find endangered kelp

| March 18, 2020 | Reply
Rec Fishers find endangered kelp

In a major win for fish and the environment new sightings of endangered Giant Kelp have been reported by recreational fishers in Tasmania following the launch late last year of the Kelp Tracker phone app. Tasmanian recreational fishers were urged to help scientists trying to research and restore the State’s disappearing Giant Kelp forests by […]

New fish kills: Can we stop them?

| March 17, 2020 | Reply
New fish kills: Can we stop them?

New fish kills are underway following runoff affected by the bush fires. But while the kill mount builds, here are some actions to help reduce such occurances in the future. The recent rains across NSW have brought much needed relief. Water storage for our cities and towns have more than doubled and the ongoing threat […]

Gradiant Expands into Australia with Acquisition of CRS Water

| March 17, 2020 | Reply
Gradiant Expands into Australia with Acquisition of CRS Water

GRADIANT today announced its acquisition of Sydney based CRS Water Pty. Ltd, marking the company’s expansion into Australia. The acquisition enables Gradiant to leverage its proprietary technologies and strong financing capabilities alongside CRS’s project delivery expertise, access to industrial customers, and relationships with leading contractors, corporations and municipalities, facilitating access to Australia’s burgeoning water market. […]

Eco-conscious Melbourne company reinventing everyday commodities into cost-effective sustainable products

| March 12, 2020 | Reply
Eco-conscious Melbourne company reinventing everyday commodities into cost-effective sustainable products

For more than 20 years, eco-conscious entrepreneurs, Dr Ross Headifen and John Mancarella, have created and supplied innovative environmental equipment to the groundwater and contaminated land related industries in Australia through their company Fieldtech Solutions. The dynamic duo has gone a step further using this approach in establishing BioGone to design and deliver cost effective […]

Eco Awards & Events

The Illyarrie wins Eucalypt of the Year 2020!

| March 23, 2020 | Reply
The Illyarrie wins Eucalypt of the Year 2020!

Drum roll please…?Eucalypt Australia?is thrilled to announce that the winner of the 2020 Eucalypt of the Year competition is the spectacular Illyarrie,?Eucalyptus erythrocorys, also known as the Red-capped Gum. It’s one of the most distinctive of all the eucalypts, with its dark red bud caps, bright yellow flowers arranged in four tufts, and heavy, woody […]

| March 20, 2020 | Reply

  Medium business: thinking big and small? While often grouped with small business as part of the “SME” cohort, medium business has its own important part to play in sustainable development. If small business is the roots of sustainability, with its capacity for impact control, and large business is the treetop, able to scale its […]

Join the livestream party for the planet with #EARTHHOURLIVE

| March 20, 2020 | Reply
Join the livestream party for the planet with #EARTHHOURLIVE

The world’s biggest grassroots movement to protect the planet goes digital only AUSTRALIA, 20 MARCH 2020 – In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, WWF will host Earth Hour a little differently this year, giving Australians everywhere the chance to still get involved in one of the world’s largest and longest running grassroots environmental movements via […]

Calls to switch off and speak out in most important Earth Hour yet

| March 17, 2020 | Reply
Calls to switch off and speak out in most important Earth Hour yet

On Saturday, 28 March at 8:30 pm. local time, Earth Hour, an?Australian-grown initiative and now one of the largest global grassroots movements for the?environment, will bring people together for one hour to #SwitchOff lights in a symbolic call for?more action on climate change. Set to be the most important Earth Hour yet, 2020 is a […]

Australian Clean Fuels Summit – Accelerating a new industry to drive down emissions and drive up the economy

| March 12, 2020 | Reply
Australian Clean Fuels Summit – Accelerating a new industry to drive down emissions and drive up the economy

What: Australian Clean Fuels Summit 2020 When: Tuesday 24 March 2020 Where: Hyatt Hotel Canberra, ACT Event information: https://www.bioenergyaustralia.org.au/events/59621/ The Australian Clean Fuels Summit will explore innovative policies and strategies to boost Australia’s biofuel industry and promote decarbonisation of the transportation industry – identifying how we can utilise a range of organic and inorganic waste […]

Climate Change

$1.8 million in scholarships awarded to 15 bright young Australians investigating solutions to global challenges

| March 5, 2020 | Reply
$1.8 million in scholarships awarded to 15 bright young Australians investigating solutions to global challenges

Next generation solar technology, futureproofing farmers’ crops from climate change, and better understanding the genetics behind Autism Spectrum Disorder are just three of 15 research projects a group of outstanding postgraduate students will be undertaking with the support of Westpac Scholars Trust.? Today the Trust announced its 2020 Westpac Future Leaders Scholars, recognising 15 ambitious […]

ANTARCTIC FLOATING ICE WALLS PROTECT AGAINST WARMING SEAS

| March 4, 2020 | Reply
ANTARCTIC FLOATING ICE WALLS PROTECT AGAINST WARMING SEAS

A recent study published in the journal Nature has explored the physics behind the warming ocean currents around the Antarctic coast, finding floating ice walls offer some protection to the ice sheet by limiting the amount of ocean heat that reaches the ice. The research was led by the University of Gothenburg and used data […]

Ancient Antarctic ice melt increased sea levels by 3+ metres – and it could happen again

| February 12, 2020 | Reply
Ancient Antarctic ice melt increased sea levels by 3+ metres – and it could happen again

Rising ocean temperatures drove the melting of Antarctic ice sheets and caused extreme sea level rise more than 100,000 years ago, a new international study led by UNSW Sydney shows – and the scientists say we’re headed in that direction again. Mass melting of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet was a major cause of high […]

Climate Change: It’s All in the Numbers

| January 23, 2020 | Reply
Climate Change: It’s All in the Numbers

The debate may rage on but the scientific basis of Climate Change is clear and the numbers are in to prove it, according to international climate change and climate variability expert and Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) Summer School Public Lecturer, Professor David Karoly. 100 years of human influence on Australian average temperature variations. Bureau […]

Vital conservation projects kick off

| January 19, 2020 | Reply
Vital conservation projects kick off

Focus on saving plants, animals as climate changes Australia’s environment is battling hotter, dryer and more extreme conditions – including bushfires – and scientists are being called in to help restore degraded landscapes and animal populations to prepare them for further climate change in the future. New Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project grants, announced […]

Clean Energy

CLEAN ENERGY INVESTMENT COLLAPSES AS RISKS AND UNCERTAINTY MOUNT

| February 2, 2020 | Reply
CLEAN ENERGY INVESTMENT COLLAPSES AS RISKS AND UNCERTAINTY MOUNT

?The level of new investment commitments in large-scale renewable energy projects has collapsed by more than 50 per cent according to new analysis by the Clean Energy Council which reveals a fall from 51 projects worth $10.7 billion in 2018 down to 28 projects worth $4.5 billion in 2019.? While the strong flow of projects […]

Clear air: Monash research to reduce carbon footprint of asthma inhalers

| January 13, 2020 | Reply
Clear air: Monash research to reduce carbon footprint of asthma inhalers

Researchers are conducting a series of experiments using X-ray scattering and computer modelling in order to find a low-global warming replacement propellant for asthma inhalers. By the end of 2029, the propellant HFC-134a will be banned for use in pressurised metered-dose inhalers. There is currently no solution for the world’s 339 million asthma sufferers. As […]

Solar secrets revealed ahead of summer season

| November 26, 2019 | Reply
Solar secrets revealed ahead of summer season

Thousands of Australians are unaware of the government rebate available to homeowners and businesses looking to turn to renewable energy and reduce their power bill. The Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme is open to all Australians and creates a financial incentive for individuals and small businesses to install eligible small-scale renewable energy systems. Eligible systems include […]

Cool solution for renewable refrigeration

| November 23, 2019 | Reply
Cool solution for renewable refrigeration

An innovative new cooling technology developed in South Australia will be trialled at food, agriculture and tourism businesses to help reduce their energy costs and emissions from heating and cooling.? ? On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today announced $2 million in funding to Glaciem Cooling Technologies Pty […]

World’s largest scale battery set to get even bigger

| November 19, 2019 | Reply
World’s largest scale battery set to get even bigger

After a successful two years of playing a critical role in maintaining grid security, the world’s largest battery is set to receive a significant upgrade to further benefit the grid in South Australia. ? On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today announced $8 million in funding to Neoen […]

Sustainability

Plans for world-first solar power plant in western Victoria

| March 20, 2020 | Reply
Plans for world-first solar power plant in western Victoria

On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Agency (ARENA) has today announced $3 million in funding to RayGen Resources Pty Ltd (RayGen) to conduct a technical and commercial feasibility study for a 4 MW “solar hydro” power plant to be built in north-western Victoria. ? In a world-first, the Melbourne based renewable energy […]

INSTYLE SOLAR TAKES POWER TO THE PEOPLE WITH PRODUCT NOW AVAILABLE AT COSTCO

| March 17, 2020 | Reply
INSTYLE SOLAR TAKES POWER TO THE PEOPLE WITH PRODUCT NOW AVAILABLE AT COSTCO

Australian leading solar supplier, Instyle Solar, has today announced its products are available to purchase in-store at Costco Perth Airport. The move to a retail environment sees Instyle Solar heralded as the first solar provider in Australia to enable the purchase and installation of solar panels from an in-store experience with Costco. Solar power is […]

GlamCorner teams up with RedCross to fight textile waste

| March 10, 2020 | Reply
GlamCorner teams up with RedCross to fight textile waste

Leading fashion rental platform GlamCorner is pleased to announce it is one of the first retailers joining Australian Red Cross for their Moving the Needle campaign, aiming to reduce textile waste by 20 percent by 2022.??? About Moving the Needle:? The campaign is designed as an industry initiative collaborating with charities, retail partners and consumers […]

Kathmandu opens first solar powered store

| March 4, 2020 | Reply
Kathmandu opens first solar powered store

Kathmandu hs opened its first solar and battery powered store at Blackburn in Victoria.? Kathmandu has been looking for an opportunity to introduce solar power to stores as part of its long-term commitment to sustainability and Blackburn, as a large stand-alone store, was perfectly suited to the installation of solar power system.? Kathmandu Project Manager […]

SCENTRE GROUP TO TARGET NET ZERO EMISSIONS BY 2030

| February 19, 2020 | Reply
SCENTRE GROUP TO TARGET NET ZERO EMISSIONS BY 2030

Scentre Group has today announced it will pursue a net zero emissions target by 2030 across its wholly-owned portfolio of Westfield Living Centres. This builds on the company’s existing environmental targets, energy efficiency initiatives and targeted renewable energy generation and investment opportunities. The announcement supports Scentre Group’s commitment to delivering long-term sustainable returns through economic […]

Habitat

Great Barrier Reef water pollution threatens dolphins

| January 28, 2020 | Reply
Great Barrier Reef water pollution threatens dolphins

Rare snubfin dolphins in Queensland’s Fitzroy River and humpback dolphins in Port Curtis are under threat from exposure to increasing amounts of water contamination, according to Southern Cross and Flinders University marine researchers. A study published in Ecological Indicators sampled pollutants in the blubber and skin of humpback and snubfin dolphins in the Fitzroy River […]

WWF: hope for wildlife as koalas found surviving in burnt out forest

| January 19, 2020 | Reply
WWF: hope for wildlife as koalas found surviving in burnt out forest

In a story of hope, special detection dogs have found seven koalas alive amid burnt out forest at Maryvale on Queensland’s Southern Downs, and evidence of even more survivors. The search, which is ongoing, is being funded thanks to generous donations to the World Wide Fund for Nature from locals and people around the world […]

WWF’s “Towards Two Billion Trees” plan to aid koala bushfire recovery

| December 30, 2019 | Reply
WWF’s “Towards Two Billion Trees” plan to aid koala bushfire recovery

The World Wide Fund for Nature-Australia today launched an ambitious tree-recovery plan as an analysis by the organisation shows bushfires have burned at least 1.3 million hectares of koala habitat in New South Wales. Since July, the fires have scorched more than 8% of the state’s known koala forest, with estimates many hundreds of the […]

AUSTRALIAN RESEARCHERS CALL FOR HELP TO SAVE OUR INSECTS

| December 30, 2019 | Reply
AUSTRALIAN RESEARCHERS CALL FOR HELP TO SAVE OUR INSECTS

Scientists fear Australian insect populations are on the brink of collapse and are calling for the public’s help to paint a better picture of the problem so they can develop solutions to help tackle the challenge. Dr David Yeates is Director of the Australian National Insect Collection (ANIC) at Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO. He […]

Saving our Tassie Devils: new insights in the fight against contagious cancers

| November 26, 2019 | Reply
Saving our Tassie Devils: new insights in the fight against contagious cancers

Closing in on a blood test diagnosis How baits could be used to deliver vaccines Devils fighting off their own tumours Infected populations growing up too fast How devils protect threatened species from feral cats And why the boys are to blame. At the University of Tasmania, they are working on a diagnostic blood test, […]

More Eco Stories

Hempton Shirts made with fabric of the future

Hempton Shirts made with fabric of the future

| March 24, 2020 | Reply

Hempton shirts are the future for travel clothing, made from the most sustainable fibre on the planet, organic hemp. These shirts help keep you fresh and are made to endure adventure.? Hempton is a woman founded Australian company.? On March 3rd, we launched our very first crowdfunding campaign to introduce our sustainable brand, and fund […]

World’s first landfill biodegradable dog waste bags a barking success

World’s first landfill biodegradable dog waste bags a barking success

| March 23, 2020 | Reply

With the removal of the humble grey, single-use shopping bag, there has been a sharp rise in demand for dog waste bags in Australia.? With 4.2 million pet dogs in Australia, 1.5 tonnes of dog waste over its lifetime. So, where do all these dog waste bags go? Rather than it to go to landfill […]

Buy a Gift Voucher and redeem in the future

Buy a Gift Voucher and redeem in the future

| March 20, 2020 | Reply

Businesses across the country are bracing for troublesome times, slow sales and possible closures, as they try to stop the spread of the coronavirus, either by choice or as a result of government orders. So now, to help small businesses we are encouraged to dig deep and order online or purchase gift cards to redeem […]

Murrumbidgee Valley property returned to Indigenous ownership

Murrumbidgee Valley property returned to Indigenous ownership

| March 20, 2020 | Reply

Ownership of almost 88,000 hectares of internationally significant Murrumbidgee floodplain in southern New South Wales is officially back in the hands of its Traditional Custodians – the Nari Nari people. Making the announcement today, Rich Gilmore, Director of The Nature Conservancy in Australia said: “The Nature Conservancy is extremely proud to have facilitated the official […]

Ancient fish fossil reveals evolutionary origin of the human hand

Ancient fish fossil reveals evolutionary origin of the human hand

| March 19, 2020 | Reply

3D Animation: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ox8m5v5u3m67kdc/Elpistostege.mp4?dl=0 An ancient Elpistostege fish fossil found in Miguasha, Canada has revealed new insights into how the human hand evolved from fish fins. An international team of palaeontologists from Flinders University in Australia and Universite du Quebec a Rimouski in Canada have revealed the fish specimen, as described in the journal Nature, has […]

Renew appoints new Chief Executive Officer

Renew appoints new Chief Executive Officer

| March 18, 2020 | Reply

Australian sustainability not-for-profit organisation, Renew, today announced Paul Bowers as its new Chief Executive Officer.? Paul was appointed by the Board following an extensive search process. He brings to Renew a background in science and communication, proven commercial acumen and extensive leadership experience in for-purpose organisations in Australia and internationally.? During his career he has […]

INVESTORS HELP NEEDED TO SHARE CAMPAIGN

INVESTORS HELP NEEDED TO SHARE CAMPAIGN

| March 17, 2020 | Reply

$1.49M?RAISE DEFYING?ODDS? INVESTORS HELP NEEDED TO SHARE CAMPAIGN COMMUNITY INVESTMENT DRIVING A SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGN Here at some of the statistics of how the campaign is tracking so far. You can see that the majority of investors are in the range of $250 – $999, with the least number of investors being in the $20,000 plus. […]

Future of valuable wetland in spotlight

Future of valuable wetland in spotlight

| March 12, 2020 | Reply

Experts in aquifer and groundwater springs are pumping their energy into conserving the delicate balance of water flow through the environmentally important Doongmabulla Springs Complex (DSC) in the Carmichael Basin in Queensland. Flinders University hydrogeologist Professor Adrian Werner is leading a new $340,357 Australian Government ARC Linkage Project with conservation group, Business Services of Coast […]

WA wheat yields unchanged despite 100+ year rainfall decline

WA wheat yields unchanged despite 100+ year rainfall decline

| March 12, 2020 | Reply

Despite a rainfall decrease in Western Australia’s wheatbelt between 1900 and 2016 which has shifted wheat yield potential southwest by an average of 70km, actual wheat yields have remained unchanged. This was a key finding from Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO in new research published in Climatic Change. Yield potential is the yield farmers could […]

OCEAN PLASTIC RETURNING TO AUSSIE COASTLINES

OCEAN PLASTIC RETURNING TO AUSSIE COASTLINES

| March 11, 2020 | Reply

Plastic waste in the ocean is making its way back to land and increasing pollution on Australia’s beaches, according to new research from CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency. It explains why estimates of waste entering the ocean each year are 100 times larger than the amount of plastic observed floating on the surface, and suggests […]

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