The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) recognises that the recovery of energy and resources from the thermal processing of waste has the potential, as part of an integrated waste management strategy, to deliver positive outcomes for the community and the environment. Read the full report here.
The main purpose of this project was to determine the potential availability of forestry residues for bioenergy generation and other applications on the North Coast of NSW, for three main regional “hubs”: Bulahdelah, Kempsey and Grafton. The provision of field-based information on residue availability and any potential impacts of extraction support the long-term sustainability of […]
This Net Zero Plan Stage 1: 2020–2030 (Plan) sets out how the NSW Government will deliver on these objectives over the next decade. The Plan is focused on the next decade because rapid changes in technology make identifying the lowest cost path to net zero difficult. Plans for the second and third decades of the […]
History shows that we solve hard problems through enterprise and innovation. The Newcomen steam engine, the Haber-Bosch process and the agricultural Green Revolution are all examples of overcoming great challenges through technological progress. The global race to reduce emissions will be no exception. Read the full report here.
We are approaching a decisive moment for international efforts to tackle the climate crisis – a great challenge of our times. The number of countries that have pledged to reach net‐zero emissions by mid‐century or soon after continues to grow, but so do global greenhouse gas emissions. This gap between rhetoric and action needs to […]