Dubbo Regional Council joins Cities Power Partnership program

Dubbo Regional Council is now a member of the Cities Power Partnership program, joining forces with councils across the country in an effort to accelerate Australia’s transition to a renewable energy future, and ultimately slash greenhouse gas pollution and tackle worsening climate change.

Lake Mac plugs in new charging strategy

Lake Macquarie City Council has flicked the switch on a new EV charging strategy, with four  new fully electric fleet cars indicating a move towards the City’s electric future.

VIDEO: Hacking Net Zero Communities

Leading Victorian councils joined forces to leverage design thinking and find innovative solutions to take their communities to net zero emissions.

Rockingham’s latest Sustainability Snapshot released

The City of Rockingham has released its third annual Sustainability Snapshot, which outlines the progress the City has made in a number of key initiatives as it continues working towards a more sustainable future. 

MEDIA RELEASE: Noosa to host major national climate summit

NOOSA COUNCIL has been selected as the host for a major national climate summit taking place in October 2020. Transforming Australia 2020, run by the Cities Power Partnership, Australia’s largest local government climate alliance, will draw together council, industry and community leaders in Noosa from 28-30 October 2020 to develop regional climate and energy solutions.

Better Together: Community Engagement

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.

Why Noosa’s fighting back on climate change

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.

We’ve Got the Power: Energy Initiatives Across Australia

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.