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28 October 2013 - 3:00pm
University of Melbourne researcher, Dr Idil Gaziulusoy contributes her thoughts on the CRC's October workshop, and decides that the secret to finding the solutions we are looking for, will mean translating capabilities between the many specialist fields. I started my role as a researcher at...
28 October 2013 - 2:00pm
Low carbon transport has featured in many discussions in the Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living. Planning for transport infrastructure and better service provision is an important component of precinct design in the built environment. How we design, plan and build for the collective...
28 October 2013 - 1:00pm
It’s said that many minds are better than one. We agree. Which is why we’ve brought together a large and mixed group to form a ‘co-op’ for research in to ways we can reduce carbon emissions through innovation. But how do we get the most out of the truly mixed collection of skillsets and mindsets;...
22 October 2013 - 2:00pm
The Low Carbon CRC Engaged Communities program is focused on understanding and influencing the behaviour and purchasing decisions of Australians. Josh’s House in Hilton WA has been built with ambitious energy efficiency targets in mind, with modelling indicating a 90% energy reduction when compared...
22 October 2013 - 1:00pm
One of the keys to addressing the challenge of climate change is being able to measure whether new carbon pollution reduction products and services are efficient and running at or close to promised specifications. With that in mind, Low Carbon Living CRC (LCL CRC) participant Suntech R&D...

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