The inaugural Zero30 workshop brought together members of the local community, business owners, the Armidale Regional Council and the University of New England, where participants were given the opportunity to collaborate on this exciting project (pre-COVID19 restrictions).
The workshop was able to identify achievable mitigation and adaptation measures, which can be offered to the community to address climate change.
Zero30 will achieve certification of the Armidale Local Government Area through the Climate Active Carbon Neutral Standard for Precincts.
The Climate Active Carbon Neutral Standard will help us to manage our greenhouse emissions and achieve our goal of carbon neutrality by 2030.
The Postdoctoral Research Fellow – carbon accounting and mitigation position has been filled. Zero30 new Postdoctoral Research Fellow can now begin to work with the community, business and agriculture sector to develop a clear understanding of the needs and expectations of a regional/rural local government area in managing climate adaptation and mitigation. Interested to know more about the Postdoctoral Research Fellow’s background? CLICK HERE
Zero30 will achieve certification to the Climate Active Carbon Neutral Standard for Precincts. The Climate Active Carbon Neutral Standard will help us to manage our greenhouse emissions and achieve our goal of carbon neutrality by 2030.
Many organisations are managing their greenhouse gas emissions to position themselves for growth and competitiveness in a lower-emissions future. Businesses are also choosing to go one step further and demonstrate leadership and corporate responsibility by becoming carbon neutral. If your business is interested in becoming carbon neutral, please contact us to discuss how you can take part in Project Zero30.
Project Zero30 is a combined partnership between the University of New England, the Armidale Regional Council and the Business New England, together with local businesses and community members, with the shared goal of moving the Armidale Local Government Region to net zero carbon emissions by 2030.
Native Shrubs and Trees Planted!
From July 2020 to March 2022 a total of 127,539 native shrubs and trees were planted in the Armidale Local Government area through planting events with schools, the University of New England, Armidale Regional Council, Local Landcare Groups and The Armidale Tree Group. This is based on the recent data received from the Armidale Tree Group.