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This document is a resource for anyone planning or assessing new low carbon precincts. Its advice complements existing policy and may be of use to developers, planners, policy makers and the community—anyone who is seeking to understand how to create sustainable urban outcomes.
Demand for medium density housing in cities will continue. Redevelopment at the precinct scale allows for innovative, sustainable design.
This video introduces CRCLCL's projects exploring new instruments to engage stakeholders in redeveloping sustainable neighbourhoods.
Overall 12% of carbon emissions comes from homes. This video shows how the media can encourage more sustainable renovations and new builds.
This research contributes to advocate "low carbon living" in home renovations to decision makers including landlords and residents. Obstacles need to be...
Turning food waste into compost to grow more food, is the perfect circular economy example. Compost also uses less water to grow food so is highly sustainable.
This video introduces CRCLCL's projects looking at international cases that encouraging compost to minimise waste. Australian households...
KEY POINTSThe operation of buildings accounts for almost a quarter of Australia's carbon emissions and over half of electricity demand Improving the minimum standards for energy efficiency in new construction is a key opportunity to reduce these emissions and reduce energy costs We...
This project used the insights gleaned from CRCLCL Program 3 social research projects, particularly RP3029, to develop a web-based platform to support a transition to a low carbon and energy efficient residential housing sector. The platform provides a mechanism for renovators to socialise, discuss their...