Boon Edam Australia managing director, Michael Fisher, presents new health hazards threatening the built environment.

Partner at leading global management consultancy, Partners in Performance, Ben Thompson, explains how to win the war on talent.

Once upon a time skills shortages were cyclical, today they are the new norm.

The regional lead for integrated operations & remotisation at Hatch, Jarrod Bassan, explains why decarbonising the mining sector is a high-stakes endeavour that requires an industry-wide paradigm shift.

UNSW School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering Professor, Bram Hoex, explains why solar panels are losing their spark.

A-Gas commercial vice president of refrigerant management, Taylor Ferranti, identifies strategies to facilitate a circular economy for refrigerant gases.

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The countdown to Christmas and 2024 has begun. It has been a busy year and a hot one.

General Manager at Octfolio.com.au, Sebastian Tiller, examines the impact of HVAC systems on asbestos fibre circulation in commercial buildings.

Danfoss Climate Solutions president Jürgen Fischer, explains why it’s time to rethink energy efficiency.

ABB Measurement and Analytics global product manager, Sabyasachi Bhattacheryya, looks at how the convergence of physical and digital worlds in the water treatment sector is crucial for the sustainable management of our most precious resource.

Freelance journalist, Ellie Gabel, explains the role of HVAC in a connected world.

Gender diversity is the key to addressing Australia’s critical skills shortage.

Federal Minister for Skills & Training, Brendan O’Connor, outlines recent reforms introduced to address the current skills shortage.

Boon Edam Australia managing director, Michael Fisher, identifies opportunities for energy savings in high rise residential buildings.

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Chemours Company Technical Fellow, Charles Allgood, explains why the need for organisations to have a strong refrigerant management program is growing exponentially.