Archived News for Green Sector Professionals - November, 2021
Some of Australia’s most advanced technology has been used to survey groundwater in NSW.
Cat killer tested in SA
New technology could combat predatory cat behaviours in native environments.
Eels tracked to secret sites
Australian scientists have shed light on one of the greatest mysteries of the humble eel.
Dump site announced
The Federal Government has officially picked a location for its planned nuclear waste dump.
Killing stations could save lives
Retiring the world's worst power stations could save six million lives.
BHP buyout progressing
A deal to form one of the biggest energy companies in the world has been signed off.
CAT scheme urged for new cuts
Experts are working on better ways for countries to collaborate on carbon credits.
DFAT denies state efforts
The Morrison Government has intervened to stop state and territory governments from cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Scarborough looms closer
Woodside says it is moving ahead with its $16.5 billion Scarborough project off Western Australia.
Dietary emissions modelled
The diets of human males appear to be worse for the environment than the female diet.
Divers peep at coral procreation
The Great Barrier Reef has become a surging tempest of sexual activity, with mass coral spawning underway.
Fishers probed on plastic matters
Experts say the fishing industry can play a role in reducing plastic pollution, but it has to understand the issue first.
La Niña stirs local oceans
The Bureau of Meteorology says a La Niña has developed in the Pacific Ocean.
Methane could feed fish
Stanford University experts say methane could help make sustainable fish feed.