Ever wonder what a sea of 800K solar panels looks like? We found out on our South Australian Renewables Road Trip. From wind and solar farms to the big battery, we covered a lot of ground.
Even in 2020’s difficult circumstances, local councils are rising to the challenges of climate change. From electric buses to solar farms, find out who this year’s leaders are.
Margaret River, one of the world’s most beloved surf spots, is highly vulnerable to climate change impacts unless urgent action is taken.
That’s why the world’s top surfers joined forces with the Margaret River community to turn the tide on climate change.
Celebrating two years of Australia’s local climate revolution, from communities committing to a totally renewable future to Australia’s biggest solar farm.
With an abundance of sun and wind, Cairns Council and the community are leading the way to a clean, healthy future.
Leading Victorian councils joined forces to leverage design thinking and find innovative solutions to take their communities to net zero emissions.
Hepburn Shire in Central Victoria is an Australian community that’s showing us that the clean energy transformation isn’t just possible – it’s already underway.
You shouldn’t have to choose between turning on your heater or paying your power bill. One local council has recognised the potential of solar, and jumped on it.
Lancaster Mayor Rex Parris and Lesley Hughes share how cities across Australia and the globe are stepping up to take action against climate change.
Parkes wants to go straight to number one as The King of Renewables. Parkes is already one of the biggest and earliest adopters of rooftop solar, and a founding member of the Climate Council’s Cities Power Partnership.