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Tomi Winfree

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Learning for low carbon living: the potential of mobile learning applications for built environment trades and professionals in Australia

Professionals and tradespeople do not promote low carbon building options unless they have proven solutions and confidence to implement them. Consequently, without effective education and training they continue to ‘lock in’ high carbon options. Studies of education and training in sustainable and low-carbon building practices...
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RP3015: Learning for Low Carbon Living: the Building Quality Passport - mobile learning for Australian built environment trades and professionals

This final report supports the completion of the Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living (CRC LCL) Research Project (RP) 3015: Increasing knowledge and motivating collaborative action on Low Carbon Living through team-based and game-based mobile learning (2014-2018). The project aims to address a challenge...
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‘Designing in’ – media and communications for low carbon home renovation

This is a report of a project which aimed to design, develop and assess innovative media and communication strategies to drive mainstream adoption of low carbon products and practices as an integral part of renovation projects, enabling decarbonisation of the existing residential building stock. The...
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Hashtag sustainability? Home renovators’ media world

This CRC for Low Carbon Living project investigates the role that media plays in shaping home renovation practices. This second report tells the story of the Home Renovators’ Media World. It provides a more detailed and nuanced understanding of the roles of media in home...
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Round Table: Industry and Government Driving Nation Capacity Building: RP 3022 Policy impediments & incentives for effective education & training

The discussion handbook will be used to help participants gain an understanding of the project and begin a dialogue with participants leading up to the CRCLCL Participant Forum in November 2014. Aim of the session: To engage industry practitioners, government policy makers, education providers and...