The Morrison government today announced A$1.9 billion over ten years to develop clean technology in industry, agriculture and transport. In some ways it’s a step in the right direction, but a far cry from what’s needed to drive Australia’s shift to a low emissions economy. The big change involves what the money is for. The… Read more »
Many companies would like to reduce their carbon emissions and make a difference to the environment, but can’t afford to spend the time and money it takes to hire consultants to measure, reduce and offset their carbon footprint. Co-founder and CEO of Pathzero, Carl Prins, is hoping to change this by providing a tool that… Read more »
Pathzero is a new startup out of the Antler Accelerator that helps small and medium-sized businesses understand their carbon footprint, set a path to carbon neutrality and share their climate commitment with confidence. They’ve designed a solution that is as effective as getting consultants in, but simpler and more affordable and can happen in a… Read more »
Australian software giant Atlassian is working towards net zero carbon emissions target by 2050, co-founder Michael Cannon-Brookes says, on top of the company’s pledge to use 100% renewable energy by 2025. Speaking to Leigh Sales on ABC TV’s 7.30 last night ahead of attending the United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York, Atlassian’s co-CEO… Read more »
Clean-technology startup Zenogen is setting a new standard for innovation in Australia – beyond web- and mobile-based technology – by making the zero-emissions method of producing hydrogen commercially viable. The company has raised a total investment capital of $435,000 and has received praise from investors in the US.