September 5, 2016

The first South Australian organisation to gain Commonwealth Government certification as Carbon Neutral is – Uniting Communities!  It is also the first registered charity in Australia to be recognised in this way.

Being carbon neutral means that emissions from all Uniting Communities’ activities state wide are net zero.  How does a large organisation reduce its carbon emissions – from electricity, gas, waste, paper consumption, auto fuel and even workers commuting to and from work – to such an extent that it can be accredited as carbon neutral?

It has been a organisation-wide five year process.  In 2010 the Board made a decision to achieve carbon neutral status by 2015.  The Board and Executive Staff remained committed to this goal throughout, even though there were times when it looked as though th...

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Environmental Symposium 2015

The EAG Environmental Symposium was held Oct 17, 2015 in Playford Uniting Church. The key note address was delivered by Trevor Powell...

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