Knowledge Hub / Work Together & Influence
A guide to help councils understand the opportunities and key actions they can take to reach 100 percent renewable electricity.read more
We heard straight from the Office of Climate Action, Sustainability and Resiliency in Denver, Colorado, where Deputy Director Elizabeth Babcock discussed how subnational climate action is critical to achieving their goals.
We learnt all about how Denver gained dedicated funding for and constructed a purpose-built office for their climate work, as well as learning about their innovative programs in:
Workforce, and more.
On Thursday 3rd August we heard from Bundaberg Shire Council as they discussed their ‘Towards Net Zero Bundaberg’.
Bundaberg’s Executive Director of Strategic Projects and Economic Development, Ben Artup will provide an overview of the journey of its preparation and some of the business and community initiatives that are shaping its delivery.read more
On Thursday 20 July we heard from Tweed Shire Council as they co-presented with Griffith University and discussed their recent work to understand community attitudes to climate change and appetite for climate action.
The Climate Ready Tweed project involved education in schools, a community Eco Fest, follow up interviews, a detailed community survey and community co-design workshops.read more
How councils can protect Aussie sport, arts and events by removing fossil fuel sponsorship – CPP July Webinar
A guide for plant species for urban planning in the ACT area that encourages bees and pollination. The list also contains data on:
Nectar, pollen and fruit types
From electric vehicles to bike-friendly buses — be inspired by these globally renowned movers and shakers. They’re using the regional town of Bendigo and international case studies to re-imagine how we live and move.
Transport accounts for a staggering quarter of global greenhouse emissions. Could one Australian town lead the way and hit zero transport emissions by 2030? What would that look like?read more