sustainability

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A UNSW professor’s Microfactory technology is the solution to Australia’s waste and recycling crisis.

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UNSW Sydney is on track to use 100 per cent renewable electricity from 2020 as one of the biggest solar energy projects under construction in Australia nears completion.

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UNSW Sydney’s award-winning building has been recognised for its intelligent sustainable initiatives, incorporating natural materials with efficient energy systems.

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UNSW Sydney will switch to 100% renewable electricity, expand onsite solar energy generation and improve energy and water efficiency to reduce the University’s environmental footprint.

Sea horses are among the marine animals that depend on the sea grasses for habitat.

On this year’s International Day of Biodiversity, we are showcasing some of our scientists who are working to safeguard our ecosystems – both far away and close to home.

A fish farming project in Papua New Guinea

A UNSW scientist’s fish farming expertise is helping increase nutrition and provide a steady income, as well as a host of other benefits for people in PNG and Vietnam.
 

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The 'plyscraper' is the product of breakthroughs in materials and the desire for sustainable urban living, says Dr Philip Oldfield, Associate Professor in UNSW’s Faculty of Built Environment.

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New efforts to reduce and re-use waste to boost a ‘circular’ economy are underway.

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UNSW sustainability innovator Professor Veena Sahajwalla will lead a new centre energising the circular economy in NSW. 

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UNSW Sydney is installing a second rainwater capture and reuse pit under its Kensington campus to reduce stormwater damage and replenish water supplies in the local area. 

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