The federal and state governments have taken another step towards unifying renewable energy objectives, according to Federal Climate Change Minister Penny Wong.
One third of employees believe their work equipment is hazardous but more than a quarter would compromise their health for danger money, a new survey shows.
Australia has the know-how and the industrial capability to become a solar nation but needs government and individuals to take action, according to BP Solar, the country’s largest producer of solar energy products.
Applications are now open for the 2008 Logistics Development Award (LDA).
Driverless trains, ore drills and even trucks are set to change the way mining in remote areas is done
OneSteel, Australia’s second largest steelmaker, will be closing two mills amid rising competitive pressures and surplus capacity.
The Logistics Association of Australia (LAA) has joined with international supply chain and logistics management consultant, Logistics Bureau to conduct a report on the state of the logistics and supply chain industry in Australia.
Australia's role in Africa's mining sector will be showcased at Mining Indaba 2008, one of the world's largest mining conferences, held in Cape Town this week
The third stage of Australia's largest wind farm development at Portland, Victoria, has been given the go-ahead by the state government.
Australia has been given a low global ranking for environmental performance, mainly because of its assessment as a climate change laggard.
In 2006, mining giant BHP Billiton published its annual sustainability report that featured case studies on women and their high-profile roles within the company
The Regional Roadshows tour will be traversing South Australia this year from 31 March to 4 April, displaying the very latest in industrial automation, instrumentation and process technology.
Endress+Hauser will be holding two Australian Mining Automation Forums late February 2008 in Brisbane and Perth.
The chemical processing industry provides the building blocks for many products. By chemically transforming natural materials, it helps to meet the world’s most fundamental needs for food, shelter and health, as well as products that are vital to such advanced technologies as computing and telecommunications. The chemical industry is one of many industries facing major challenges to meet the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations, and one way industries are changing to meet these demands is through the adoption of biotechnology.