13 May 2022
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre


The Circular Economy: Next steps for Australia’s Built Environment

With the circular economy becoming a hot topic of discussion for our built environment sectors, the need for our industries and businesses to incorporate sustainable practices and processes on a larger scale is rising in importance. But what does this look like? And how exactly can we measure the outcomes? Transitioning from to a circular […]

The many pathways to achieving net zero

Mar 18, 2022 Sustainability

As Australian state and territory governments mobilise to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, so too is the infrastructure industry. Achieving such a goal is by no means simple or linear; it requires a whole-of-business, systems-based approach across every asset lifecycle. In other words, the way forward demands new thinking, strategy and action from […]

The Built Environment Quarterly Review | Sustainability Matters

Feb 21, 2022 Sustainability

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 […]

Melbourne Introduces Green Building Tool

May 29, 2020 Sustainability

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.

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