Part 2: University leadership – Green Star certifications

January 23, 2020 at 1:39 pm

In Part 1 of the University climate change leadership series, we highlighted the ambitious renewable energy and carbon-neutral commitments of leading universities across Australia. With the built environment accounting for a large part of a university’s carbon footprint, building efficiency is an important part of any carbon management strategy. For new buildings, in particular, aiming … Continue reading Part 2: University leadership – Green Star certifications

Part 1: University leadership – ambitious commitments

January 15, 2020 at 12:00 pm

*** PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS POST WAS UPDATED IN FEBRUARY 2021. PLEASE GO TO THE FOLLOWING LINK FOR THE UPDATED VERSION:  The top 23 Australian universities for climate action commitments in 2021 *** Introduction We previously discussed in a 2017 blog post the actions and commitments of several universities who demonstrate sustainable energy leadership. We highlighted examples … Continue reading Part 1: University leadership – ambitious commitments

Developing the Renewable Energy Plans for Temora and Cowra Councils

December 19, 2019 at 11:40 am

Site visits to Temora and Cowra Councils Last week, Barbara and I undertook site visits in Temora and Cowra. We spent two and a half days at each location to identify renewable energy and energy-saving projects to save energy and cost. Temora Shire Council We are working with Temora Shire Council in Western New South … Continue reading Developing the Renewable Energy Plans for Temora and Cowra Councils

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