The #CRCLCL's #lowcarbon #tourism project in the Blue Mountains resulted in 80 businesses cutting their #carbon #emissions by up to 15% each year and led to a national roll out. https://t.co/C4n0Jx3nTP pic.twitter.com/3Re2v2PNl6— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) June 18, 2019
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When the #CRCLCL shuts down after 30 June our 6 nodes of excellence will continue our legacy commitment to education and ongoing capacity building. The work must continue on..... https://t.co/zCE52awXFf @smh @guardian @p_hannam @abcnews @ClimateHome @australian pic.twitter.com/PsPm7e3Ko2— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) June 17, 2019
The CRC for Low Carbon Living's (CRCLCL) Annual Participants’ Forum: From Research to Reality was held on 19 – 20 November 2018 at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide. This was the final Annual Forum of the CRCLCL.
Registrations are now closed for this free event, the CRC for Low Carbon Living's (CRCLCL) National Forum: The Renewable City - How Perth is doing with the CRC's Help?
The ClimateClever program has helped Western Australian school students learn how to measure and reduce their school’s carbon footprint, saving them almost $30,000 collectively on utility bills - now it's coming to NSW and you're invited to the launch.
Australia’s electricity industry needs to change dramatically to ensure the country’s transition to a low-carbon future.
Local renewable energy networks and generators like households, precincts and community groups have the capacity to disrupt the electricity sector and contribute to positive national and global impacts, but existing institutions and business models are slowing their growth.
This workshop will showcase the development of advanced ventilation technologies to promote comfort, energy conservation and better indoor environmental quality in buildings.
This National Forum will address how businesses, communities and individuals can be engaged and empowered to transition to low carbon behaviors and practices.
Registrations are now open for the CRC for Low Carbon Living's Annual Forum 2017. Join us at Melbourne’s historic Town Hall on Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 November 2017 to hear the latest research and evidence for design, planning and policy innovations enabling globally competitive low carbon cities.
The Future Cities National Forum will be hosted by the CRCLCL’s University of Melbourne, Victorian Eco Innovation Lab (VEIL) Node on Thursday 26th October 2017. The forum will explore four examples of these ‘re-inventing the city’ movements, to ask whether they offer a route to the kind of radical restructuring of the city necessary to achieve a viable and resilient post-fossil-fuel urban future.