The Chinese University of Hong Kong commit to carbon neutrality by 2038.
Professor Amos Tai of the Chinese University of Hong Kong talks about sustainability and environmental education
An in depth analysis by ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes on La Nina and how it will impact Australian weather
The latest IPCC report already considers as “very likely” the link of warming oceans and air to floods and droughts. The connection to heat waves is virtually certain
Because it takes such a lot of energy to warm and cool water, the oceans absorb an enormous amount of heat, buffering temperature changes and moderating climate change.
The Royal Foundation and Prince William, together have launched The Earthshot Prize, a prestigious global prize for the environment.
Monash Energy Institute explain how sugar adds longevity to lithium-sulfur batteries
UNSW Sydney plays a key role in developing a new accounting framework for recognising the ocean’s benefits
Less salt, more protein: Researchers address dairy processing’s environmental, sustainability issues
Researchers explain a new desalination process that uses less energy and functions more effectively than with conventional desalination systems
Surveys of teachers by climate education campaign group Teach the Future showed that 9 out of 10 teachers agree that climate change should be compulsory in schools, yet only 3 out of 10 feel equipped to teach it. Through their Mock COP Declaration, young people around the world are demanding up-to-date teaching on environmental impacts…