This report looks at the green economy, taking stock of the current environmental footprint and development of ‘green’ sectors, as well as identifying opportunities to grow a sustainable and diverse Western Australian economy.
Based on empirical data collections, this report provides more than twenty practical recommendations on how to reduce the impacts of outdoor heat.
This pilot project was designed to address this gap in energy usage information through the development of an integrated visualisation platform to allow households to explore their indoor comfort conditions, and disaggregate electricity consumption and water consumption at a residential scale.
This playbook details 23 behaviour change strategies to help food service companies support diners in choosing more sustainable, plant-rich dishes when shopping or dining out – action that’s important for meeting global emissions goals and achieving the Paris Agreement on climate change.
This report is the first in what is to become an annual stock-take of the global transition to renewable energy at the city-level. REN21 is developing this series to build up reliable data on and create a comprehensive picture of renewable energy developments in cities...
This document guides land use in Sydney's Inner West over the next twenty years towards sustainable urban living through the Local Strategic Planning Statement.
The world's economy is becoming increasingly knowledge intensive. This will drive further technological, societal and organisational change. A knowledge intensive economy gives the producers of knowledge – universities – a potentially key role in shaping our future.
In the move towards low carbon living, the challenges faced by lower income groups are often overlooked. Recent rises in electricity costs disproportionate to income make this a more critical issue. Based on findings from focus group discussions with 164 lower income households and 18...
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...
Highlights Low Carbon Readiness Index (LCRI) is a three-item measure of low carbon strivings. LCRI predicts reported low carbon behaviours, and reduction in actual energy use. LCRI can be used to develop low carbon policies and monitor their implementation. Abstract