Seven out of ten local governments in the Hunter Region are bucking polluting coal and gas and embracing clean energy to create jobs and set the region up for a prosperous future.
Even in 2020’s difficult circumstances, local councils are rising to the challenges of climate change. From electric buses to solar farms, find out who this year’s leaders are.
Every year the Climate Council tracks the relative renewable energy progress of Australian states and territories. Find out where the top solar suburbs are.
An Australian first program that will enable local governments to make evidence-based decisions for emissions reduction projects.
A summary of the Cities Power Partnership National Summit 2021, the largest local government climate summit.
As Australia faces twin climate and health crises, towns and cities of all shapes and sizes have a crucial role to play in investing in initiatives that create jobs and set communities up for the future by tackling long-term problems like climate change.
Northern Beaches Council is aiming to increase the number of homes on the peninsula with solar to 50 per cent by 2030.
More than 250 council representatives to join forces to discuss opportunities to capitalise on the clean economy and create thousands of jobs
Dubbo Regional Council is replacing street lights, installing solar panels and introducing hybrid vehicles as it pushes for its new renewable energy targets.
Regional communities around Australia have been hit hard by extreme weather events over summer. Townsville has been devastated by flooding that has driven hundreds of people from their homes after a year’s worth of rain fell in just nine days. In the Huon Valley,...