Archived News for Green Sector Professionals - March, 2023
Molecules crucial for the formation of life on Earth have been found on the asteroid Ryugu.
Coal works could hurt water
Environmentalists say a coal mine in NSW is threatening Sydney’s drinking water.
La Niña report card released
La Niña has provided a boost for Australia’s environment, but the report card is still mixed.
Locals look at brightest burst
Australian astronomers have observed a gamma ray burst brighter than any seen before.
Storage needs detailed
Adequate storage is the next big hurdle in Australia's renewable energy transition.
UN hears flood/drought claims
The UN has discussed extensive water disasters linked to the climate crisis.
High-tech inks coming
Researchers have created specialised inks that can be used to passively control temperature in everyday environments.
Safeguard deal reached
Labor and the Greens have cut a deal to get a key piece of climate policy through the parliament.
FFI claims breakthrough
Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has achieved a “breakthrough” by successfully processing ‘green’ iron ore.
Climate icon passes
The scientific community is mourning the death of a glaciologist who improved our understanding of the Earth.
Comet movements computed
Scientists have offered a “non-alien explanation” for the interstellar visitor known as ‘Oumuamua.
Bottled love could douse goals
Over a million bottles of water are sold around the world every minute, and according to the UN.
Coastal stress studied
A global mapping project has revealed the major stressors placed upon global coastlines by human activity.
Dead panel plan detailed
The renewable energy sector must work out how to dispose of 80 million solar panels in an environmentally friendly way when they reach the end of their life.