Climate-proofing the urban water supply
An international collaboration protecting diminishing clean water supplies by harnessing new water sources that are currently only partially, or not at all, tapped. →
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As the planet warms, researchers are warning that the frequency and magnitude of extreme wave events may rise by around 10 per cent by the end of century, increasing flood risks
Victorians use around 288,000 tonnes of glass packaging each year. This signals an opportunity for us to focus on research, development and infrastructure to use glass (and other materials) in new and existing products and processes.
A new pilot study demonstrates the potential to use a cheese by-product to concentrate skim milk, reducing the energy required in dairy powder production.
It will take a lot of energy to supply and treat the water we need for our cities, towns, industries and agricultural systems.