One of the biggest revelations from the Covid crisis is how many global supply chains are not as robust and future proofed as organisations believe, which has led to a sharper focus on a shared vision towards a net zero future. We take the country’s temperature for a closer look. Moving to net zero According […]
The property, building and construction sector are considered to be of high risk of modern slavery, occurring both in Australia and on overseas supply chains. Read the key takeaways from Edge Environment’s webinar.
Biophilic design is an approach to architecture that seeks to connect building occupants more closely to nature and can create a more productive and healthy built environment, Fytogreen reports on the benefits of incorporating biophilic design into our built environments.
Lockdown has had some significant drawbacks, however one area where it offers opportunity is waste management. Edge Environment shares 6 opportunities to improve building waste ♻
In a new concept for Australia, the City of Melbourne has introduced the Green Factor tool, which will aid developers in the measurement of the sustainability credentials of their design in an early phase.
Green walls, equal greener cities. As urban growth continues to escalate in Australian cities, architects and designers look to green infrastructure to boost building sustainability.
Delivering the world’s most sustainable shopping centre is a lofty aim. But in a suburb in Melbourne’s east, that’s exactly what’s happening.
Staying true to their vision and purpose of providing solutions for sustainable consumption and production, GECA have created an interactive pod to experience and learn more about sustainability.
CitySwitch is a free program, supported by the City of Melbourne, that helps commercial office tenants to reduce their environmental footprint and make a positive impact on climate change. Currently, 831 tenancies have signed up covering an impressive 23.6 million sqm.
Eliminating the hot water lag time that plagues many kitchens and bathrooms has been a life-changing experience for retired engineer Auke Bruinsma and his wife Leola, who were previous wasting 5-7L of water each time they waited for the hot water to get through the pipes to their kitchen tap.