Category: Features

The new Convention

The new Convention

Convention, intention, and what’s next Hello and welcome to the latest edition of Ecolibrium.   As I approach the six-month mark as CEO of AIRAH, I’m even more excited about our future than when I started. The reason? Convention and change!   In May, AIRAH held its...

And we don’t stop

And we don’t stop

Opinion: Learning is for everyone – all the time, writes Professor Gayle Avery. Learning lies at the core of sustainably led businesses and professional practices. It’s well established that trained and educated workers are more productive and perform better on the...

Essence of place

Essence of place

The Victorian Pride Centre is one of the first facilities of its type in the world. Located in the Melbourne bayside suburb of St Kilda, the building is a symbol of the freedom of expression and diversity of LGBTIQ communities. Completed in 2021, the 6,200 m2 space...

Invisible but indispensable

Invisible but indispensable

Raising the profile of the HVAC&R building services industry is a goal that runs across all AIRAH’s activities.AIRAH regularly asks our Special Technical Groups about issues affecting different parts of our industry. In these spaces our members have raised topics...

A healthy horizon

A healthy horizon

A recent event in Melbourne explored how the themes of sustainability and indoor air quality are intrinsically linked.In late May, the Restoration Industry Association (RIA) and Indoor Air Quality Association of Australia (IAQAA) organised a one-day event in Melbourne...

The right to clean air

The right to clean air

The recent Clean Air Forum in Canberra brought together stakeholders across various disciplines to discuss the next steps to improving indoor air quality. AIRAH attended as a peak engineering body.Clean indoor air was the focus of a recent full-day event at Parliament...

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