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Everyone can be part of the community making Adelaide carbon neutral! Reducing carbon emissions in the city helps the environment and our economy, making our city a clean, green place to live and work.

There’s a free monthly e-newsletter on carbon neutrality where you will find out what’s happening, who’s taking part, and how you can get involved. We invite you to join us to play your part.


You can also take meaningful action to reduce the carbon emissions in our city, in your daily life or at work.

“It allows me to get full benefit from the solar panels I’ve installed and it really adds value to the house”
Paquita, City of Adelaide resident

Paquita

City of Adelaide resident

Who’s already playing their part?

Many organisations and individuals are already committed and contributed to making Adelaide a carbon neutral city. By joining the Carbon Neutral Adelaide Partnership Program, they have demonstrated their leadership to a low carbon future.

University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide

As a Founding Partner, The University of Adelaide is taking great strides towards their emissions reduction targets.

University of Adelaide tracking well against $14 million Sustainability Plan
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Uniting Communities

Uniting Communities is the first charity and SA organisation to go carbon neutral, reducing their carbon emissions by 34% in the past 5 years and saving $1 million to invest in community programs. In 2019, they opened the doors to U City, a six-star Green Star development in the heart of Adelaide.

Continuing to work towards zero carbon at U City
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City of Adelaide

The City of Adelaide has developed 10 key projects towards carbon neutrality in it's own operations, including 100% renewable electricity purchase, improving buildings, and investing in solar power.

City of Adelaide Reducing Council Emissions
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Department for Environment and Water

The South Australian Department for Environment and Water is helping make Adelaide carbon neutral with the environmentally sustainable design of their new CBD office.

Environmentally sustainable design for SA environment department's CBD building