Archived News for Green Sector Professionals - October, 2020
Engie has NSW interest
French firm Engie has bought into a $750 million wind farm development project in central NSW.
Experts expect missed targets
New analysis suggests industrial emissions will rise for another decade, despite government policies.
Fukushima fallout mapped
Researchers have reviewed the environmental impact of the 2011 Fukushima accident.
MDBA lacks key representation
The Murray Darling Basin Authority has no Indigenous board members, despite laws requiring Aboriginal representation.
River cop resigns
The man meant to police water use in the Murray-Darling system has resigned, leaving farmers feeling cheated.
Sun aids new purification
Australian engineers have come up with a new method to remove harmful E. coli from water.
Bottle plastic studied
International research suggests babies are consuming as many as 16 million microplastic particles in a litre of formula.
TENGs enhanced with AI
Engineers are working on ways to scavenge power from low-frequency vibrations in the environment...
Whitehaven keeps coal
Whitehaven Coal shareholders have rejected a push to scrap its coal operations.
Cormann goes green for OECD
Mathias Cormann has gone against his own previous views in his bid to lead the OECD.
Coral populations drop
Coral populations on the Great Barrier Reef have halved in the past three decades.
ERA in science funding fight
A dispute has emerged over environmental monitoring at a Kakadu uranium mine.