Carbon Neutral Adelaide Action Plan 2016-2021 released
The State Government’s consultation on what it will take to make the City of Adelaide carbon neutral saw more than 550 South Australians putting forward their ideas.
Feedback showed South Australians see great benefits to Adelaide becoming carbon neutral, including the health benefits from reduced pollution and a more active lifestyle, and a greener city attracting more tourists.
This feedback, combined with advice from experts inside and outside of government, has helped shape the Carbon Neutral Adelaide Action Plan.
The Carbon Neutral Adelaide Consultation Summary report is now available here (PDF 2.3MB).
Opportunities for contribution and involvement in Carbon Neutral Adelaide will continue. If you would like to be involved in the future please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the mailing list.
Check out the videos below from the pop in session at the Adelaide Central Market.
We asked: ‘Do you think making Adelaide carbon neutral is a good idea?’. Hear what community members had to say at the Adelaide Central Markets pop in session.
We asked: ‘What can the Adelaide City Council and State Government do to make Carbon Neutral Adelaide a reality?’. Hear what community members had to say at the Adelaide Central Markets pop in session.
We asked: ‘What can you do to help Adelaide become carbon neutral?’. Hear what community members had to say at the Adelaide Central Markets pop in session.
We also spoke to people at the Carbon Neutral Adelaide workshop on 29 June, 2016.
We spoke to participants at the Carbon Neutral Adelaide workshop about their ideas for how we make Adelaide the world’s first carbon neutral city. Hear what they had to say.