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AIRAH on Air

A Science, Arts and Design podcast featuring Mark Spencer
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As AIRAH celebrates 100 years, we commemorate not just our Institute’s history but also our members and their contributions to heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. In this episode of AIRAH on Air, we talk to two former AIRA
Last year at AIRAH’s Building Physics Forum in Melbourne, Clare Parry, M.AIRAH, from Grün Consulting presented on how to create high-performance buildings with the help of the Passivhaus methodology. In this episode of AIRAH on Air, you’ll hear
On Oct 23 and 24 at AIRAH’s Building Physics Forum in Melbourne, over 100 attendees came together from the fields of building science, architecture and design to discuss topics related to different areas in constructed performance. From air mov
In 2019, AIRAH conducted a comprehensive analysis of salaries in the Australian heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC&R) industry. It is the first of its kind and covered professionals and practitioners across the secto
In the last of three episodes from the 2019 Melbourne Forum on energy poverty, we hear from Sustainability Victoria’s Michele Burton. She details a pilot project in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley that aims to retrofit low-income households – its tar
Brisbane’s 25 King is a timber building pushing boundaries in construction, sustainability and indoor environment quality What goes into a timber building? What’s the difference between timber and crosslaminated timber? And will we start seeing
The eighth episode of the AIRAH on Air podcast was recorded at the Melbourne Forum on June 25, 2019. Kerry Connors, the associate director of research at Energy Consumers Australia (ECA), details ECA’s Power Shift program and research underlini
The seventh episode of the AIRAH on Air podcast was recorded at the Melbourne Forum on June 25, 2019. The Melbourne Forum aims to increase the development and refurbishment of our built environment to achieve greater levels of sustainable perfo
Thanks for tuning in for the sixth episode of AIRAH on Air. This time we’re taking a trip to Sydney’s CBD to visit Investa’s Barrack Place – the first Australian building to earn a WELL Core & Shell Precertification at the Gold level from the I
In this special episode of AIRAH on Air, we’re talking with Iain Campbell of the Rocky Mountain Institute – a US-based not-for-profit working to find practical, market-based solutions that will shift dependency from fossil fuels to renewables.
In this episode of AIRAH on Air, host Mark Spencer stops by the Refrigeration 2019 conference for a special interview. Refrigeration 2019 was held in Melbourne from March 25–26 and welcomed 170 attendees, more than 30 expert speakers, and four
In the fifth episode of AIRAH on Air, we explore a global issue: the HFC phase-down. This is a worldwide effort to stop climate change by reducing hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) – synthetic gases used in air conditioning and refrigeration that are t
It was the site of Australia’s first dinosaur bone excavation, then it neighboured a coal mine, and now it’s the future of sustainable housing… In episode 4 of the AIRAH on Air podcast, host Mark Spencer visits The Cape – a new development loca
When a building gets older, oftentimes the obvious option is demolition. But what if there's a way to save it and preserve its history? How can that help increase energy efficiency and reduce emissions? In 2015, The University of Queensland and
Big data. It’s a big idea. It’s also moved from the “next big thing” to business as usual. But what does it have to do with the built environment and why does it matter to the humans who occupy it? In this episode of AIRAH on Air, host Mark Spe
How are we improving the design and construction of buildings? In the first episode of AIRAH on Air, host Mark Spencer explores how we are working toward a "net zero" future - and what, exactly, that means. Guests:• Paul Cooper, F.AIRAH, Direct
This episode gives an overview of how the refrigeration and HVAC industry interacts with climate change, it's role and responsibilities, and explains why AIRAH is part of the discussion about climate change mitigation in our society.
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