A triumphant turnout of 4000 people were at Rally for the Reef to promote the preservation of the Great Barrier Reef.
Electronic waste, also known as E-Waste, is one of the fastest growing contributors to Australia’s waste stream and can have lasting environmental and health impacts in communities around the world.
A food fight has erupted on a global scale as growing collective action against agricultural giant Monsanto has attracted worldwide attention through social media.
The book aims for a genteel combination of humorous observation, historical exposition, exploratory travel and elucidatory science.
In a jam-packed warehouse tucked away in Woolloongabba, the staff at Reverse Garbage are working hard to turn Brisbane’s trash into treasure.
It has never been photographed; it’s listed by the Smithsonian Institution as one of the five most mysterious birds in the world; it is as Rob Nugent says, “a spectre”.
It seems that the renovation of the Howard Smith Wharves will finally go ahead.
Tool-making no longer distinguishes us from other animals, but maybe humans still have a unique trait – the ability to undertake mental time travel.
After a welcome sleep-in, there is barely any morning left on this last Sunday of an iconic Aussie Summer. As I drink my coffee on the back deck, the heavy grey clouds over my part of Brisbane are a worrying sight, because I imagine like many people, I’ve got a barbie to get to. By the time I get to South Brisbane, the clouds have let some sun through and my mate Mark Thompson who is hosting the barbecue with his flatmates does the rounds with a bowl of chips and some sunscreen for the few of us who have turned up on time. Now I think a large part of what makes Barbecues so popular here in Australia is… Read More →
It was a big week for 3D printing – or additive manufacturing (AM) as it’s known when scaled up and enhanced in an industrial context.