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Read the latest news in the Climate Action SA e-newsletter and find out about actions being taken to address climate change in South Australia.

20 June 2024: Winter edition

  • Nominations for the 2024 SA Climate Leaders Awards have been extended
  • Have YourSAy on the draft SA Health Climate Change Framework
  • New planning rules to protect Adelaide’s tree canopy

28 March 2024: Autumn edition

  • SA sets revised target for renewables
  • Have YourSAy on the Climate Change Bill
  • SA joins Mediterranean Climate Action Partnership
  • Consultation extended: updating SA’s bushfire hazard mapping and planning rules

15 December 2023: Summer edition

  • South Australia attends COP28
  • Have YourSAy on a new Biodiversity Act
  • Consultation open on bushfire hazard policy and mapping
  • New climate projections viewer and climate report cards released

28 September 2023: Spring edition

  • Join the Community Climate Conversations
  • SA moves towards greener public transport
  • Planning for Climate Change
  • New planning rules to support River Murray flood-resilient redevelopment
  • Get involved with a project to develop a new insurance concept

28 June 2023: Winter edition

  • Panel leads community conversations on climate change
  • Register for the Climate Adaptation Conference
  • Industry Climate Change Conference a success
  • Net Zero Program supports SA businesses
  • New building standards to improve home efficiency
  • Climate Ready Regions receives nearly $1 million funding

18 April 2023: Autumn edition

  • Come along to South Australia’s Industry Climate Change Conference 2023
  • SA’s green economy showcased to global investors
  • SA to export green hydrogen to Indonesia
  • Get involved with the Climate Ready Schools program

21 December 2022: Summer edition

  • South Australia’s involvement in COP27
  • New guide helps South Australians plan for a future affected by climate change
  • Climate champions celebrated at the SA Climate Leaders Awards
  • Grassroots funding brings Adelaide environmental projects to life

24 October 2022: Spring edition

  • South Australia continues its world-leading renewables shift
  • Environmental champions crowned at SA Environment Awards
  • International event brings climate change into focus

30 June 2022: Winter edition

  • South Australia declares a climate emergency
  • Green hydrogen: how it can help power SA's clean energy future
  • Making a splash: repurposing wastewater in Adelaide
  • Local organisations receive funding for smart charging projects
  • Adelaide's first urban greening strategy in the works
  • Welcome aboard the newly electrified Gawler rail line

23 March 2022: Autumn edition

  • Have your say on the future of cycling in SA
  • Subsidies up for grabs on the purchase of electric vehicles and smart charging solutions
  • Statewide electric vehicle charging network rolls out
  • Switch for solar
  • E-scooter trial underway in the City of Unley
  • New electric trains for a greener rail network

23 December 2021: Summer edition

  • South Australia bolsters its position at COP26
  • Climate innovation – an opportunity for industry-research collaborations
  • Tips to help you save water in the garden this summer
  • Catch up on what you missed at the 2021 Climate Science Update webinar

17 September 2021: Spring edition

  • Book now for online 2021 SA Climate Science Update webinar
  • Two innovative Cooperative Research Centres launched in SA
  • Investing in blue carbon
  • First statewide bushfire management plan released
  • Australia’s first electric hospital
  • Adelaide Trains and busses move towards greener future

5 June 2021: World Environment Day

  • Practical approach at the centre of climate plan
  • Clean cars spark exciting future
  • Businesses keen to plug into charging network
  • Climate smart leaders celebrated
  • Tips and tricks for emission reduction

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