Calling #builders, #engineers, #architects, #builders, #contractors, #developers, #commercial #building tenants & #owners - we need you for @UNSW & #CRCLCL #research. Spare 15 mins & take the #survey! Closes 3 June. https://t.co/evvRdMv1lF @MBA_Aust @NationalAIB pic.twitter.com/vfRycnFkFw— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) May 16, 2019
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Speaking at Green Cities 2015 in Melbourne on 17 March 2015, Professor Loftness of Carnegie Mellon University, will call on research that demonstrates green building design and good Indoor Environment Quality can deliver significant improvements to staff health and wellbeing, which in turn can dramatically improvements to an organisation’s bottom line.
Today, climate change analyst Professor Ross Garnaut was keynote speaker at the ‘Livewell Yarra’ Project launch, the first in a series of ‘Livewell Clusters’ initiated by Curtin University. The Project will engage members of the Yarra community in a collaborative trial focussed on reducing carbon emissions.
A new board member for the CRC for Low Carbon Living (CRCLCL) was announced today by Chairman, The Hon Professor Robert Hill AC as Professor Matthew Bailes, currently the Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research & Development) at Swinburne University.
Climate change analyst Professor Ross Garnaut will be the key note speaker at the launch of a low carbon initiative called Livewell Yarra on Thursday, 5 March at 7pm in the Fitzroy Town Hall, 201 Napier Street, Fitzroy, Victoria. This is the first in a series of Livewell Clusters that will assist community members to reduce their carbon emissions. Fiona Armstrong, Founder of the Climate and Health Alliance will also speak at the launch.
The first Adelaide Living Laboratory (ALL) program was launched today (1 December 2014) when the South Australian Government announced a new partnership with the Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living (CRCLCL) and the University of South Australia. The Laboratory will be an innovative research hub designed to investigate ways to lower carbon emissions in our built environment.
Following on from his successful and highly awarded web video series and online project, JOSH’S HOUSE, Gardening Australia TV presenter and sustainability expert Josh Byrne presents a ground breaking new series: ‘Josh’s House Star Performers’. Episode 5 released today: Adelaide based – Lochiel Park, South Australia
It is with great sadness that we report the sudden death of our friend, colleague and CRCLCL Board member Professor George Collins. Our deepest sympathies go out to his wife, children and family.
Sydney: Today the Minister for the Environment, The Hon. Greg Hunt MP announced four additional draft Emissions Reduction Fund methods that will provide increased capacity to partake in the $2.5 billion fund, passed through the Senate earlier this month. He made the announcement during his keynote speech on the second day of the CRCLCL Participants Annual Forum.
Professor Dennis Else, who chairs the Research Advisory Committee for the Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living (CRCLCL), today called for industry to lead the way in making a low carbon, energy efficient future for the built environment.
Opening the second Participants Annual Forum of the CRC for Low Carbon Living Professor Else – who is also the Executive Director, Sustainability, Safety and Health, at Brookfield Multiplex Australasia – said ...
Following on from his successful and highly awarded web video series and online project, JOSH’S HOUSE, Gardening Australia TV presenter and sustainability expert Josh Byrne presents a ground breaking new series: ‘Josh’s House Star Performers’. Episode one released today: Melbourne based – Australian Zero Emmission House (AusZEH).
Action at #federal, #state and #local government levels to reduce #Australia's #carbon #footprint will be discussed by #CRCLCL #CEO Prof Deo Prasad @ipweansw 's annual conference in June. Don't miss out, details here: https://t.co/9IGg6r0QUS pic.twitter.com/JE7OiG4HYl— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) May 14, 2019