A new report from the Climate Council details the climate policy ambitions of Australian cities and local governments, and launches a new project to link their efforts together.
There's an international push towards low-emissions housing. New research investigates what it's like to actually live in low-energy houses.
President Trump's budget reportedly will slash funding for clean energy research and development. An energy expert explains the importance of government support and spotlights some key opportunities.
The current flurry of energy policy aims to make power cheaper and more reliable. But it will take more than that to meet vital longer-term goals like cutting carbon while keeping future prices low.
Fossil fuel advocates claim only coal and gas can deliver cheap and reliable energy, and renewables are synonymous with sustainability. But demand management can solve all three problems.
The goals are clear: clean, cheap, reliable energy. But no-one can agree how we get there.
Before you spend up on heating and cooling, here are a few simple retrofits to try first.
Social media is a great way to to share tips, knowledge and expertise - including about how to reduce the environmental footprint of your home.
Bigger houses take more energy to build them, and use more energy.
The fifth generation of tall buildings are here, and they're more efficient than ever before.
Our cities need to become much more efficient not just to conserve precious resources but to improve the economy, wellbeing and resilience to environmental change and disasters.
Scotland's failure to meet target illustrate a worldwide problem - the right to adequate heating and energy is not being properly recognised.
Improving energy efficiency is not an option for a significant number of people in Australia – renters.
The governing body for our energy market has just missed a major opportunity to modernise our electricity networks.
Poor thermostat settings are making people uncomfortable and wasting hundreds of millions of dollars, an analysis shows. What can be done about this?
Emerging research challenges the idea that sustainable housing is unaffordable. It shows sustainability and good design can be affordable when analyses include social, health and wellbeing benefits.
Australia's energy watchdog has warned that closing coal power stations could leave us vulnerable to supply problems. But not if we help take the pressure off the grid.
It's not just about finding money for things like solar panels – poorer households can also find it harder to gain access to reliable information about the green energy options they do have.
Most people say they want to save money and the environment, but their actions suggest otherwise.
Our homes are getting smarter and more connected – but at what cost to energy use?