Rethinking Sustainability Blog

In southern Queensland, a project that turns coal seam gas wastewater into a resource is providing flow-on benefits for the local community and environment.
Planning a safe and environmentally-conscious closure of a mine generally starts well before anything has been extracted from the ground.
Delivering an innovative thermal battery solution to meet the campus' energy needs will save USC approximately $111 million in utility costs and prevent 100,000 tonnes of co2 emissions over the next 25 years.
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Blockages, overflows, leaks and burst pipes - these daily occurrences affect water utility operations, causing water service delivery disruption, financial loss, environmental impact and reputational risk.
As we draw closer to Ozwater 2019, the issue of water security and supply across Australia steadfastly holds its position within media, community and industry as the most hotly debated and discussed environmental concern of the year.
Algal blooms can affect waterway and human health. Veolia's Quentin Bechet discusses why early detection is needed...
What if, the most cost-effective way to benefit healthcare delivery was to invest in energy efficiency measures that reduce carbon emissions, increase a hospital’s contribution to tackling climate change and reduce operational expenditure?
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