Calling #builders, #engineers, #architects, #builders, #contractors, #developers, #commercial #building tenants & #owners - we need you for @UNSW & #CRCLCL #research. Spare 15 mins & take the #survey! Closes 3 June. https://t.co/evvRdMv1lF @MBA_Aust @NationalAIB pic.twitter.com/vfRycnFkFw— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) May 16, 2019
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Hear CRCLCL researcher Peter Newman talking to ABC Radio National about the future of transport - the trackless tram offers greater flexibility and reduced costs. Listen HERE
Now in its final year of funding, the CRC for Low Carbon Living (CRCLCL) has significantly contributed to lowering carbon emissions in Australia’s built environment, said CEO Scientia Professor Deo Prasad AO in the Green Building Council of Australia's (GBCA) recent news article.
"That is to emphasise, as the Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy, my admiration and my regard for the importance of research in this area. It is great to see the CRC in this space has been able to continue its work over recent years, while the research efforts in so many other areas to do with climate policy and energy has been diminishing..."
Cooling hot suburbs, low tech ways to save energy in pools and breakthroughs in wastewater treatments were highlights at the recent CRC for Low Carbon Living conference last week in Adelaide. Each pointed to the sound body of evidence underpinning good urban planning decision.
One of the CRCLCL's 16 Living Laboratories has had a solar electric upgrade.
Our chauffeured children are a problem we can't ignore: CRCLCL researcher Hulya Gilbert on the ABC and The Conversation
Now in its final year of funding, the CRC for Low Carbon Living (CRCLCL) has revealed it is well on track to meet its founding goal of 10 megatonnes cumulative reduction in carbon emissions by 2020, which will enable a projected economic benefit to Australia of $684 million by 2027.
Local and international low carbon experts will gather at the Adelaide National Wine Centre this month to discuss how the latest CRC for Low Carbon Living (CRCLCL) research is contributing to lowering carbon emissions in Australia’s built environment.
The CRC for Low Carbon Living is excited and proud to announce we are finalist in the NSW Green Globe Awards.
Action at #federal, #state and #local government levels to reduce #Australia's #carbon #footprint will be discussed by #CRCLCL #CEO Prof Deo Prasad @ipweansw 's annual conference in June. Don't miss out, details here: https://t.co/9IGg6r0QUS pic.twitter.com/JE7OiG4HYl— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) May 14, 2019