65 local and state government representatives, academics and community groups in Katoomba, NSW discussed how to prepare for increasing bushfire risk.
Blue Mountains City Council recently trialled a fully electric garbage truck. The truck is 100% electric, so that it requires no other fuel.
Blue Mountains mayor Mark Greenhill will call for the state and federal governments to declare a Climate Change Emergency at the next council meeting.
Blue Mountains City Council has seen a 15% reduction in emissions since 2015/2016, based on emissions performance in the 2018/2019 financial year.
Local Governments tackling climate change have garnered national recognition at last night’s Cities Power Partnership Awards.
Nine western Sydney councils will launch a new strategy to slash emissions and boost energy savings for a more sustainable future.
The CPP is proud to welcome 31 new councils into the program, taking the network to over 100 councils representing almost 11 million Australians.
MAYORS OF NSW smoke-shrouded communities have called for support from Governments to keep communities safe during hazardous air pollution levels.
Over forty mayors and councillors have released a joint statement committing to economic recovery solutions that create jobs and tackle climate change.
Mayors of fire-stricken areas have signed a statement calling on the government to acknowledge the link between climate change and the catastrophic fires.