Zero Carbon Communities Guide (2017)

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Here is a guide for communities who want rapid  progress towards zero emissions in their local community. It is based on our experience:

Our vision is a rapidly growing network of communities across Australia, working together to achieve zero carbon status.


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Steps to a Zero Carbon Community

The steps that your community can take towards zero emissions are:

  1. Community engagement
  2. Emissions reduction target
  3. Council endorsement
  4. Baseline emissions
  5. Project options
  6. Transition Strategy
  7. Reporting and review
  8. Storytelling
  9. Investment

This guide clearly describes each step.

 


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Publishing details

Zero Carbon Communities Guide
July 2017
ISBN 978-0-9923580-3-7

Published by
Beyond Zero Emissions
Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia


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Our research is showing that Australia can rapidly move to a zero carbon emissions economy.  We can become a renewable energy superpower, grasping a secure and prosperous future. View a brief overview of our plans for this transition.

Beyond Zero Emissions is having impact, for example: (1) Our 2012 report, Repowering Port Augusta, and our advocacy eventually led to the 2017 $680 million contract for a solar thermal plant in South Australia, and (2) BZE has been ranked as one of the best independent think tanks in the world, by the Lauder Institute in Pennsylvania USA.

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