Mayors of fire-stricken areas have signed a statement calling on the government to acknowledge the link between climate change and the catastrophic fires.
All around the country, we are seeing the power of communities working together to tackle climate change. Here are four community engagement initiatives spearheaded by local council.
Noosa faces serious challenges from climate change, that’s why it’s fighting back. From declaring a climate emergency to installing hundreds of solar panels, this town is leading climate action.
With global temperatures on the rise from burning fossil fuels, it’s imperative we think about where our energy is coming from and how to use it more efficiently. Here are three amazing energy efficiency being initiatives spearheaded by local governments around the country.
The ACT’s new target to get to net-zero emissions by 2045 is a ‘trailblazer’, which should prompt Australia’s other states to seriously reduce their climate impact.
Local governments tackling climate change have garnered national recognition at last night’s Cities Power Partnership Awards.
Celebrating two years of Australia’s local climate revolution, from communities committing to a totally renewable future to Australia’s biggest solar farm.
We spent a day on the track to create awareness and accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles at EV Test Drive Day hosted by CEFC and Transport for NSW.
The Cities Power Partnership has announced the finalists for its national climate awards, recognising the work of local governments on the climate change frontline.
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.
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.
Cr Jess Jennings on why climate change is a right-to-farm issue with a very simple logic: more emissions cause more droughts.
Western Australian councils called on the State Government to commit to renewable energy target of 50% by 2030 and net zero emissions by 2050.
Local governments across Western Australia have joined forces to call for a renewed state commitment to renewable energy and tackling climate change.