Sustainability news stories - Page 1
Empyrion DC announces 40MW green data center in South Korea
Empyrion DC has announced it is developing a 40MW green data center in Gangnam, Seoul, South Korea (GDC).
NZ program recovers and recycles more than 177 tonnes of e-waste
The TechCollect NZ pilot program says its milestone of recovering and recycling more than 177 tonnes of ICT e-waste recognises the efforts of many.
40 Aussie schools sign up to sustainability teaching app
Over 40 schools have signed up to a new online app that helps teachers to engage students in learning about sustainability throughout the curriculum.
Visa launches Eco Benefits solutions in Australia and NZ
Eco Benefits is a suite of sustainability-focused solutions that will help Visa cardholders better understand the environmental impact of their payments.
Green hydrogen company Hysata raises AUD $42.5 million
Global investors are supporting Hysata's hydrogen electrolyser technology as the organisation closes its oversubscribed Series A funding round of AUD $42.5 million.
Phronesis Security achieves B-Corp certified status
Phronesis Security has become the first cyber security company in Australia to achieve the coveted B Corp certification, having been certified since June 2022.
Comedy legend Jimeoin fronts Epson advertising campaign in NZ and Australia
According to Epson the company’s EcoTank models now account for 74% of all printers sold in the category in New Zealand, alone.
SoftIron joins Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance
SoftIron has joined the Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance (SDIA), a platform designed to help the digital sector reduce its environmental impact.
Blockchain: Why I prefer Proof of Stake (And why Ethereum does too)
Consensus mechanisms are tough to get right. Without a good one, the whole concept of decentralisation falls apart quickly: your efficient, fair, real-time, functional, reliable, and secure public ledger simply doesn’t exist.
SAS recognised by leading bodies for promoting sustainable business practice
SAS has recently garnered recognition for its environmental stewardship and sustainable business practices.
ST Engineering launches cooling system for greener data centers
ST Engineering says its Airbitat DC Cooling System cools down data centers and achieves annual net energy savings of more than 20% over conventional chiller systems alone.
Accenture report details how businesses are struggling to grasp sustainable practice
With the increasing change in the way technology functions in our world, businesses and CIOs are constantly looking for ways to make their technology more sustainable.
Crucial infrastructure relies on good power management, Eaton shares the ultimate solution
So many crucial strands of infrastructure rely on effective power management to run successfully.
Pact Group uses SnapLogic’s no-code platform to automate packaging
Sustainable packaging company Pact Group is using SnapLogic's no-code platform for self-service integration and automation.
Driving the Green Software Framework with Accenture
It's clear that technology is a fundamental driver of sustainability, but in most cases, the solution itself needs to be monitored so that it doesn't become the problem.
Schneider Electric named Microsoft Energy & Sustainability Partner of the Year
"The award is a great recognition of the collaborative impact we are making together, to tackle climate change."
Catalyst Cloud attains Toitū net carbonzero certification
The Toitū net carbonzero certification involved working with Toitū Envirocare to measure carbon emissions, setting mitigation and reduction targets.
Sustainability huge factor for APAC data centre managers
A new report reveals that 85% of data centre managers in APAC believe that sustainability will significantly impact operations and decision making.
Kohler Power Systems diesel generators now more sustainable
Kohler Power Systems has announced its diesel generators are compatible with Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO), a major breakthrough in the usage of alternative fuels in backup power.
Elders signs five-year agreement with Microsoft to boost innovation
Australian agribusiness Elders has signed a five-year agreement with Microsoft that looks to transform its customer experience, efficiency and sustainability outcomes.
Honeywell named Frankston facility services provider
Honeywell has been named the joint facility services provider for Frankston Hospital’s AU$1.1 billion redevelopment.
CarbonCrop launches native regeneration scheme, backed by AI
Granted exclusively for native forest, Native CCUs are the first voluntary carbon credits of their kind available in New Zealand.
Vertiv releases updates on ESG initiatives, sets sights on future
Vertiv has released its inaugural environmental, social and governance (ESG) report, the company’s first public report of its ESG activities.
Honeywell launches new carbon energy management software for buildings
The new Carbon & Energy Management service allows building owners to track and optimise energy performance against carbon reduction goals, down to a device or asset level.