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The connections between ocean and atmosphere

June 8, 2012 • SustainabilityComments (0)

“The Southern Ocean is a sponge for carbon dioxide. Here, Australian oceanographer and Southern Ocean specialist Steve Rintoul explains how the ocean absorbs CO2. A scientist at CSIRO and the Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research centre, he was interviewed in January, 2012 aboard the Australian Government’s Antarctic re-supply

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How does the ocean affect the climate?

May 24, 2012 • SustainabilityComments (0)

‘Australian oceanographer Steve Rintoul is a Southern Ocean specialist, working at CSIRO Wealth from Oceans Flagship Hobart and the Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research centre. In the first of a series of interviews from the Antarctic

DRINK. CRUSH. RECYCLE – New Mount Franklin Bottles

May 14, 2012 • News, SustainabilityComments (0)

With 35% less plastic, Mount Franklin Spring water has a new package. Lighter, with less raw material and a reduced carbon footprint, the new bottles from the Coca Cola Company weigh only 12.8 grams and are the lightest weight Australian-produced 600ml

$66 million in better water management in Victoria (Press Release)

May 10, 2012 • Media Release, SustainabilityComments (0)

The Victorian Coalition Government is investing more than $66 million over the next four years with a responsible and necessary approach to improving water management in Victoria. Water Minister Peter Walsh said the funding would establish Victoria as a world

EXPERT COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO DELIVER CLEAN TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

May 1, 2012 • News, SustainabilityComments (0)

Senator Kate Lundy, Minister Assisting for Industry and Innovation, announced on 20 April the appointment of an independent expert committee to assess business applications for the $1 billion Clean Technology Investment programs that were launched in

$1 MILLION FOR SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

April 17, 2012 • News, SustainabilityComments (0)

South Australian manufacturers seeking to adopt sustainable manufacturing strategies can now apply for up to $350,000 from the South Australian government to help pay for infrastructure, pilot plant and new technology. The South Australian government is