Getting started with carbon neutrality
Is your organisation investigating carbon neutrality? The Carbon Neutral Adelaide program has developed a range of videos from local organisations, to help get you started.
Carbon neutrality helps drive the low-carbon economy, as more organisations procure services in renewable energy, low emissions transport and low-waste solutions.
As your plans progress, you may also wish to join the partnership to connect with peers and support your goals.
Adelaide Festival Videos
The iconic and world-renowned Adelaide Festival became a certified carbon neutral event in 2020 and have certification embedded into their strategic plan. Watch these two mini-documentary videos on their decision, the steps they took, and the views of staff and artists. Watch now.
Low Carbon Business Forum
Diverse and influential organisations in Adelaide have achieved carbon neutrality. In this partner forum, presentations by Sky City Entertainment Group, Uniting Communities and dsquared Consulting provide insights into their choices. Climate Active also provides an overview of certification. See more.
Understanding carbon offsets is a key part of the carbon neutral journey. There are a range of resources and specialists available. See more.
About Climate Active
The Climate Active program is the government's certification that an organisation is measuring, reducing and offsetting their emissions to reach 'neutrality'. See more.
Find Carbon Neutral Adelaide Partners
A number of Carbon Neutral Adelaide Partners have expertise in carbon accounting, emissions reduction planning and general sustainability advice. Visit the Partner Directory and use the search function for "sustainability and carbon consultants", to see who can assist.Search the Partner Directory
Financial assistance from City of Adelaide
For organisations located in the City of Adelaide, financial incentives are available to assist with the steps towards carbon neutral certification including creating an inventory, auditing and emissions reductions plans.See more from City of Adelaide