- The City of Sydney has committed to reduce its Community emissions by 70% by 2030 compared to 2006 emission level.
Rpresenting over 50 per cent of the office floor space across Sydney’s CBD, the Better Buildings Partnership commercial landlords have an important role to play in improving the energy, water and waste efficiency of Sydney’s existing buildings.Read More Read Less
CitySwitch is a high-value no-cost service which supports commercial office tenants to improve office energy efficiency through the provision of a range of services, with the ultimate aim of achieving a 4 star or higher NABERS Energy rating.Read More Read Less
Smart Green Business is a program designed to help small and medium enterprises save money and improve their environmental performance. Businesses can reduce their energy and water costs, improve waste management and get access to regular advice and support.Read More Read Less
Part of the NSW Government’s Environmental Upgrade Agreement (EUA) legislation, which helps councils enter into agreements with property owners and finance providers. Funds advanced to the property owner are repaid by councils levying a quarterly charge on their land.Read More Read Less
The City of Sydney has reported 1 Community emission inventory, since 2011. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2011, the Stationary energy, Transport and Waste management are identified as key emission sources.
The City of Sydney has reported 1 government operational inventory, since 2013. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2013, the Other and Transport are identified as key emission sources.
Lord Mayor Clover MooreCity of Sydney, Australia