The City of Adelaide and the South Australian government’s ambition to be the first carbon neutral city in the world, was tested through a series of community based and stakeholder engagement processes during June and July 2016.
Carbon neutral, also called carbon neutrality is a term used to describe the action of organisations, businesses and individuals taking action to remove as much carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as each put into it.
The purpose of the project was to create engagement activity, to stimulate discussion and facilitate input from those who are interested in or impacted by the Carbon Neutral Adelaide Action Plan. Information from the Carbon Neutral Adelaide – Foundation Report, Pitt & Sherry (2015) and Carbon Neutral Adelaide – A shared vison for the world’s first carbon neutral city, SA Government and Adelaide City Council (2015) informed the consultation and some content was extracted and used in the engagement processes
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