A new paper reveals how companies frequently under-report Scope 3 emissions by focusing on insignificant categories.
Ultra-light cars made from recycled carbon fibre are a step closer, thanks to a new method of recycling developed at UNSW Canberra.
A handheld scanner uses nuclear methods and mathematical models to determine the origin and production of seafood.
From counterfeit ingredients to misleading labels, food fraud compromises the authenticity and safety of the food we consume.
Patented sieving process developed by research team at UNSW Sydney significantly improves the way important materials from photovoltaic panels can be separated and extracted for reuse.
UNSW Sydney solar experts say we need bespoke technology designed to recycle important elements inside solar panels.
UNSW Sydney continues to climb the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings, the global performance tables that assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
From insects to cultured meat, nothing is off the table when it comes to feeding the world’s population which is estimated to be 10 billion people in 30 years’ time.
A new research hub for microrecycling has opened at UNSW Sydney today.
Working and producing less to reduce humanity’s carbon footprint is part of a growing movement towards a ‘degrowth’ economy.