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A New “Solar Paint” Lets You Transform Your Entire House Into a Source of Clean Energy
In India’s fast-growing cities, a grassroots effort to save the trees
Can we have Urbanisation and enough to eat
ASBEC & ClimateWorks throw their support behind a low energy building framework
Buyers snap up homes in super-sustainable housing estate at Cape Patterson
ClearVue solar glass notches first commercial setting – a shopping centre atrium
Australia Will Get a Trajectory for Low Energy Buildings
Towards a Regenerative Future – Leadership Summit on Sustainable Design and Ecological Stewardship
Eco Luxury Property
India is building a high-tech sustainable city form scratch
Photographs that imagine a brighter future
Leading the way with LED’s
Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment Leads the Way Towards a Decarbonized Built Environment
5 Energy, Environment and Process Firms Tacking the Biggest Global Problems
From breathing walls to rain-harvesting canopies: The coolest tech at Singapore Green Building Week
A Civic Outcry in Malaysia Faces a Chinese Builder to Live up to its Eco-friendly Promise
3 Ways to Create More Resilient Communities
Designers vs. Climate Change
UN Environment, Yale University demonstrate how to make modern living sustainable with new eco-housing
City sweetens deal for green building projects
Construction Sector Deal: Government sets course for halving building energy use and emissions
Call for action within the built environment to help meet sustainable development goals
The Iconic Mount Everest Site is Turning Into What Looks Like A Dumping Ground
Chart of the day: Where does Australia’s rubbish come from?
Reusable cups lead a revolution in reducing waste
Why recycling your old phone matters
How the built environment impacts healthy ageing
How green, flexible infrastructure can make cities resilient
Some Of The Hidden Reasons Why Dallas Is Booming
We need smart thinking in our built environment… and in our political world too
Toward a playbook for public-private partnerships
Project update – April 2018
Walmart to double EV charging network with Electrify America
Environment and Liveability Strategy 2017
3 Ways that cities can unlock the benefits of electric vehicles
Singapore Budget 2018: Built-environment sector to get leg-up from research funds and Build.SG office
The Well Living Lab investigates relationship of Built Environment to Health
City of Sydney pushes for a net zero office sector
Tokyo to build world’s tallest timber tower
Get smart: making our cities great places to live
Greenwashing the property market: Why ‘green star’ ratings don’t guarantee more sustainable buildings
A tale of two cities reveals vast gulf in housing affordability
Be Promoted Globally by Austrade
On the Progress and Promise of Water Reuse
Papers Accepted For Publication
Health and wellbeing: the next frontier for the built environment
Inclusiveness Matters in the Making of a City
Could stretch codes supercharge the green building marketplace?
Noticing nature during your daily routine can help boost well-being, study finds
Clinton Calls for Environmental Action at Greenbuild
Green building council Australia: Buildings, cities and communities that are healthy, livable, productive, resilient and sustainable
Your Home Australia’s guide to environmentally sustainable homes
2017 Sustainability Awards winners revealed
National Framework for Residential Ratings
People are less likely to fall sick in green buildings, study finds
6-star standard for houses/townhouses
Five technology trends defining the future of corporate sustainability
Cleaner air, cooler buildings: urban trees save megacities millions
Tesla’s Tiny House takes renewable energy solutions across Australia
When sustainability saved the city
Binning the bag: Queensland gets tough on waste
The world is facing a global sand crisis
Regional Development Innovation Awards 2017
Aussie tech firm in electric aircraft race
Brisbane to become home to Australia’s tallest timber building
The 20th century saw a 23 fold increase in natural resources used for building
Castlemaine grows it’s Eco hotspot reputation with a second living building challenge
It’s no whim why wood is really better for building
Australian Disaster Resilience Knowledge Hub
TENDER: Architectural Services Tender at the University of the Sunshine Coast. EOI Closing 25 May 2017
Prefab and timber: the great green convergence
All timber apartments assembled like flat packed furniture
These dome homes can survive natural disasters
Presenting the flood resistant house
Additive manufacturing solutions from Boomer Innovations
Chrysler engineers see clearly with 3D printed transparent differential housings
Green buildings are on the increase. The global green building materials market, is expected to grow from $171,475 million in 2015 to $377,029 million by 2022.
A resilient building is one that won’t be knocked down or gutted in 20 years because it’s no longer appropriate or hasn’t stood the test of time.
Villages in the Netherlands are developing off-grid communities, capable of producing their own food and maintaining decentralised electric grids.
Al Gore to be Principal Speaker at EcoCity World Summit in Melbourne in July.
Building sustainable cities why we should think small.
Here is the GreenSmart Energy Efficiency Award Winning House on the Sunshine Coast.
Sustainable passive building design encourages you to work with the sun, consider the building envelope, thermal mass and landscaping. It can create beautiful spaces with enormous amounts of natural comfort for little to no cost.
Harvard University study proves green buildings improve human cognitive function. The capacity to pay attention to situations at hand improved by a whopping 38 per cent!
Congratulations to Bob & Chris Cameron from Cleantech Industries Sunshine Coast member Rockcote. Voted as one of Australia’s most trusted brands.
These Nigerian homes built with plastic bottles maintain a comfortable temperature, produce zero carbon emissions and are powered by solar and methane gas from recycled waste. They are also bulletproof, fireproof, and can withstand earthquakes!
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