Accountants need to know about the latest climate change reporting initiative because boards and clients will be seeking their advice.
It’s easy to feel pessimistic, but with his 2017 documentary "An Inconvenient Sequel", former US vice president Al Gore continues to rally the fight for the planet.
Water has always been a precious commodity for Australian farmers, and it’s becoming equally valuable to those investors who can understand the market’s complexities!
The Finkel Review into energy security has pointed to solutions, but the most urgent question is will Australia have enough power to see it through the coming long, hot summer?
Australia’s organic food exports are doing so well the main fear is that producers cannot keep up with the demand.
The lack of women leaders in the STEM space is a well-documented problem. Could Homeward Bound, a leadership program that includes a mission to Antarctica, help change those numbers?
Nourished Life founder Irene Falcone has turned a A$100 gamble into a A$20 million empire on the back of her unwavering commitment to customers, curating with integrity and combating the copycats.
An index of human pressure on the natural world gives us a new view of the damage we’re doing to the environment – and of how it might eventually be fixed.
Contrary to popular argument, the mining industry is proving it can be an important source of innovation, as well as natural resources.
Investors want better communication from companies about how climate change will impact their assets.
A new global energy study forecasts an unexpected slowdown in worldwide demand for energy by 2050, but fossil fuels will still dominate the market.
New research suggests that we can have economic growth without an endless increase in the resources we pull out of the planet. The signs are already here.
Determined to make a meaningful impact, Corinne Proske discovered commercial and ethical interests can work in harmony.
The world is sharpening its focus on sustainable and environmentally friendly practices – and the good news is that business appears to be getting the message.
Singapore is rapidly gaining a place as the leader in vertical greenery.
Boosted by funding initiatives and diminishing costs, Australia’s large-scale solar industry is looking to a better future.
Travellers continue to seek solace and adventure in the world’s remaining frontiers – but at what cost to the environment?
With COP21 underway, there is no denying international and national climate change developments will impact business competitiveness and future economic activity.
Skyscrapers are marvels of modern engineering and supreme architectural vision. They also serve as a source of pride that elevate a city's visiblity to the world.
According to Bent Flyvbjerg, infrastructural megaprojects will always go over time and over budget. So why do we keep doing them?