GE Technology to Power Australia’s First Dual-Fuel Gas and Hydrogen Power Plant

GE Gas Power’s years of combustion experience operating on blends of hydrogen and natural gas will help accelerate the energy transition in Australia Tallawarra B Power Station will be operating in time for the summer of 2023-24, following the closure of the 1,680-megawatt Liddell plant in the Hunter Valley region GE’s 9F.05 gas turbine will […]

GE Technology to Power Australia’s First Dual-Fuel Gas and Hydrogen Power Plant

GE Gas Power’s years of combustion experience operating on blends of hydrogen and natural gas will help accelerate the energy transition in Australia Tallawarra B Power Station will be operating in time for the summer of 2023-24, following the closure of the 1,680-megawatt Liddell plant in the Hunter Valley region GE’s 9F.05 gas turbine will […]

Allianz affirms commitment to addressing climate change

In line with World Environment Day, Allianz is proud to demonstrate its commitment to environmental, social and corporate governance initiatives with the launch of the latest annual Sustainability Report of the global Allianz Group, as well as an extension of its climate change strategy. New environmental milestones & targets The recently released 20th Sustainability Report […]

China Is World’s Second Largest Financier of Deforestation-Linked Commodities

Chinese financial institutions are the world’s second-largest financier of commodities which are driving tropical rainforest deforestation, according to a new study by Forests & Finance –– a coalition of research groups and civil society organizations from the United States, Indonesia, Netherlands, Brazil, and Malaysia. The study analyzed data gathered from financial databases and company publications […]

World’s largest coral restoration project reads HOPE from the sky

Leading cat food brand DINE® has begun work on the world’s largest coral restoration program, which aims to restore more than 185,000 square meters of coral reefs around the world by 2029 The coral reef, which can be seen on Google Earth, has been regrown to spell the word HOPE to drive awareness and show […]

“WHAT WE WASTE”: TOP ASIAN COUNTRIES WITH SHARPEST DECLINE OF MARKET SHARE OF REFILLABLES IN THE BEVERAGE INDUSTRY IDENTIFIED IN LANDMARK GLOBAL REPORT

Single-use beverage containers are rapidly displacing refillable systems in many parts of the world and resulting in massive increases in wastage and pollution, according to a new landmark report by international non-profit organisation Reloop[1}, which was released in a media briefing together with Changing Markets and #breakfreefromplastic. According to the report, What We Waste, beverage […]

Biden Summit: Charities and churches call on Morrison to halve emissions by 2030

More than 10 environmental and humanitarian organisations including Greenpeace Australia Pacific, Oxfam Australia, the Pacific Climate Action Network, The Pacific Conference of Churches, and the Edmund Rice Centre have used a full-page newspaper ad and open letter to urge Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to commit to halving emissions, ahead of US President Joe Biden’s […]

New guiding principles to promote sustainability outcomes across the infrastructure sector

Infrastructure Australia has released new guiding principles to promote sustainability across the infrastructure sector and ensure major investments deliver the best outcomes for the community. Infrastructure Australia Chief Executive, Romilly Madew said: “Our role requires us to help ensure the benefits of sustainability are harnessed. With this in mind, we have developed new Sustainability Principles […]