Archived News for Green Sector Professionals - November, 2014
One tropical council has banned future coal-seam gas projects amid fears it will affect water quality.
Long study to plot locals' fire fight
Monash University has undertaken a twenty-year running investigation into the health effects of the Hazelwood mine fire.
Unemployed deployed to help Tuggerah avoid decline
The Federal Government’s Green Army has been mobilised, and one of its first missions will see young unemployed people helping to restore the Tuggerah Lakes in New South Wales.
Deal to kick-start new phase of Australian uranium
Toro Energy has secured a $10 million deal to kick off Australia’s newest uranium mine.
Straight line to more man-made life
The scientific world has a new machine at its disposal, with a novel tool to provide better designer organisms.
Milk may be much less than made out
Milk is good for growing bones – or so the old adage goes, but new research suggests this is probably not true.
Old energy keeps rolling, will stay with modern fix
A government energy report says coal and gas will keep the country running for decades, but might appear in a slightly different form.