The Australian Residential Energy Rating Conference will be held from May 28–29 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne. The plenary sessions will provide a deep understanding of the current housing environment, the commercial benefits of energy efficient housing, current and potential policy and regulation, the reality of delivering high performance dwellings and what the future may hold. A targeted series of parallel sessions will provide the latest on a range of technical issues relevant to all participants involved in wider aspects of delivering cost effective energy efficient buildings.
The Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating (AIRAH) is presenting a webinar on Thursday, September 3, on airborne transmission of coronavirus. Since the pandemic began, more attention has been focused on the possibility of aerosol transmission of the virus. This session, presented as part of AIRAH’s Streamline series of webinars, will look at […]
The federal government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) is set to release its 2017–18 gender reporting data on November 13 at the National Press Club in Canberra. “Australia’s role in encouraging gender diversity is based on our distinctive gender equality reporting system,” says a WGEA spokesperson. “We now have a comprehensive, world-leading dataset which enables […]
The Design Futures Council (DFC) is running an event series about the future of design, architecture, engineering and construction. Called Transcend, the seminars will run in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane during July. The series has been created as part of a wider dialogue around what the built environment will look like in the future, and […]