12 May 2016
Letters to 25,000 randomly selected South Australians will be received in the post tomorrow inviting them to take part in the first Citizens’ Jury, part of a comprehensive state-wide program on our State’s involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle. Read more>>
10 May 2016
All South Australians will have the opportunity to put forward their views on South Australia’s involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle over the coming months, with a detailed consultation process on the Royal Commission’s findings unveiled today. Read more>>
9 May 2016
The Final Report of the Royal Commission into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle has been publicly released by Premier Jay Weatherill. The report makes 12 key recommendations regarding the deepening of South Australia’s involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle, including pursuing the establishment of nuclear fuel and intermediate level waste storage facilities in South Australia. Read more>>
5 May 2016
Tomorrow, the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission will complete its investigation into increasing South Australia’s involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle, and present its final report to the Governor at 2:30pm. Read more>>
6 April 2016
Community feedback formed an important part of the information used by the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management to develop their 2016-2019 amended Business and Operational Plan, which was adopted by the Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation, the Hon. Ian Hunter on 6 April 2016.
The Board thanks all who took the time to provide comment.
You can find all the details on the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management website.
Decision: Adelaide to Zero Carbon Challenge
16 March 2016
Premier Jay Weatherill today announced details of South Australia’s Low Carbon Entrepreneur’s Prize at Carnegie Mellon University’s Energy Week conference in Pittsburgh, United States, signalling the beginning of our global search for solutions.
A prize pool of AUD$260,000 has been made available for entrepreneurs to seed great ideas and help turn them into viable commercial opportunities. The Prize is part of a broad vision to position Adelaide as the world’s leading city in low carbon economies, to enhance new-economy jobs and industries and export these products and services to the world.