Low Carbon Living Australia Launch
Date(s) - 22/03/2018
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Scenic World Katoomba
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The success of Low Carbon Living – Blue Mountains has inspired the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute to launch Low Carbon Living nationwide on 22 March 2018.
Low Carbon Living Australia encourages hotels, cafes, restaurants, tourism operators and community organisations in tourism hotspots such as the Southern Highlands and the Hunter Valley to lower their carbon footprint by reducing waste, energy consumption and water use.
Other regions well positioned to quickly benefit from Low Carbon Living include the Margaret River- Busselton region, Byron Bay, Central Australia and Kangaroo Island.
Ecotourism Australia is supporting the initiative, together with UNSW Sydney’s Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living.
“We’re doing this to support communities, businesses and individuals who want to take positive steps to address climate change,” said Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute executive director Dr John Merson.