Local councils can drive down transport pollution and the Cities Power Partnership has created a report full of recommendations.
The CPP is proud to welcome 31 new councils into the program, taking the network to over 100 councils representing almost 11 million Australians.
Thirty-one mayors and councillors from some of the most flood damaged regions have called on the government to do more to protect communities.
The Climate Council recently published a report on transport pollution, Waiting for the Green Light: Transport Solutions to Climate Change. From the many findings and solutions, one thing is clear: Australia must make changes if it is to keep up with the rest of the...
With the current economic climate, reduced council rates and the focus on recovering the economy, many councils have seen climate change action and priorities fall to the wayside. While this can be discouraging, there are ample opportunities to bridge the gap between...
Find out what ‘net zero’ means, why it matters and which Aussie local governments are leading the charge.
Seventeen councils join nationwide call for ambitious Federal Government targets ahead of UN climate summit
Councils have called on the Federal Government to commit to strong, unified action on climate change, ahead of COP26.