Local Action

‘Bulk Buy’ brings power to people

STRATHBOGIE Shire Council has hit week 15 of the 12 month ‘Bogie Bulk Buy’ solar program and uptake in the Shire has been extraordinary. In just over three months the community-Council partnership has installed, or is scheduled to install 392kW of solar; with uptake...

‘TRAILBLAZER’ LOGAN CITY COUNCIL COMMITS TO CLEAN ENERGY

Flying in the face of Federal inaction on climate change, a South-Eastern Queensland council has committed to clean energy and emissions reduction. Logan City Council today announced that they will join the Climate Council’s Cities Power Partnership, a national...

70 councils representing 7.5M take climate action

SEVENTY LOCAL COUNCILS across Australia, representing over 7.5 million people, have vowed to take action to tackle climate change in their own backyards. The Climate Council’s Cities Power Partnership, Australia’s fastest-growing national climate program for local...

A clean energy future

STRATHBOGIE SHIRE COUNCIL was one of 35 councils in Australia to join the Cities Power Partnership (CPP) at the official launch last month. The CPP is a national program of the Climate Council created to accelerate, celebrate and promote local government successes in...

A pledge to reduce our emissions in the shire

To view the full Euroa Gazette article click here STRATHBOGIE Shire is one of just four Victorian local councils to sign a national pledge to tackle climate change by reducing their emissions. In total, 35 local governments, representing over 3 million Australians,...

ACT a frontrunner in renewables race

The ACT, South Australia and Tasmania are all leading the renewables race while the Federal Government remains stuck at the starting block, according to a new report released by the Climate Council yesterday. The report says that states and territories are the driving...

ACT energy target behind half of new renewable energy added in 2016

The ACT's clean energy target drove at least half of the new renewable energy that came online across South Australia, Victoria and the ACT last year, a new report from the Climate Council says. States and territories are driving the transition to renewable energy in...

Australia’s councils can drive down transport pollution

Australia’s councils can drive down transport pollution

Australia's local councils can drive down transport pollution that is causing worsening climate change, according to a new report from the Climate Council’s Cities Power Partnership. The new report, Waiting for the Green Light: Sustainable Transport Solutions for...