The Adelaide City Council is set to abandon its goal to become a world leader on carbon neutrality amid competition with interstate and overseas cities and rising transport emissions.
Adelaide City Council says it will become South Australia’s first carbon neutral local government by the end of this year following the signing of a “landmark” renewable power purchase agreement.
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The Marshall Government will review Carbon Neutral Adelaide for its “effectiveness” as part of the new administration’s assessment of the “practical outcomes” of Environment Department programs.