Inspiring action: Working together to make Adelaide carbon neutral
Hear from leading thinkers who are driving change around the world and in Australia by re-imagining the cities where we live.
Carbon Neutral Adelaide is our community’s shared ambition to make the City of Adelaide the world’s first carbon neutral city. To achieve our goal, as individuals and as a community we need to rapidly reduce our carbon emissions.
The transition to a low carbon future is an economic and environmental imperative which government cannot achieve alone. This requires a ground swell of activity from individuals, businesses, schools and universities and the broader community; building a movement that alters the way we impact upon the earth and making our lives sustainable now and for future generations. How can we work together to re-think the way we work, live, play and move in Adelaide?
Dr Tia Kansara
Dr Tia Kansara is the founder of Replenish Earth Ltd. and co-director of Kansara Hackney Ltd., the first ISO certified sustainable lifestyle consultancy in the world. She chairs the Sandbox Global Community and is the UCL Ba...
Adam Beck is recognised as a leader in sustainability, urban planning and smart cities across the globe.
He is the Executive Director of Centre for Urban Innovation, a strategic sustainability...
Natalie Isaacs is the founder and CEO of 1 Million Women, the movement of women and girls who take practical action to fight dangerous climate change by changing the way they live.
Natalie, a former cosmetics manufac...
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