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This project was a call to action on unsustainable transport practices, where a 60% growth in emissions has occurred since 1990, more than any other sector.
The focus is on technologies that can improve transport efficiency. It is expected to achieve emission reductions via...
This video features two of the CRC for Low Carbon Living's 17 Living Laboratories where a ‘learn by doing’ environment was key, involving local councils, developers, residents and businesses that integrate, test and evaluate low carbon living solutions in-situ. Asking the question “what does a...
More than 50% of the world live in cities that in turn create the causes of climate change. Major transformation is required for change.
The Visions and Pathways 2040 project led by Prof. Chris Ryan from the University of Melbourne is an exploration and...
Since its launch in 2012, the CRCLCL has worked closely with industry and government to generate an authoritative body of research to help keep Australian cities cool.
The new evidence-based decision support tools, optimal development models and planning recommendations are equipping policymakers and planners...
This policy note integrates multidisciplinary policy recommendations that could mitigate the numerous negative impacts of heatwaves on public health, urban infrastructure and services through adaptation to heatwaves.
This strategy document is designed to accelerate action, with four clearly defined steps: differentiate sustainable housing in the market; train and reward the construction industry; build awareness; and broadcast the positive business case.