“Climate strike” may have been picked by Collins Dictionary as its word of the year. But I think another contender –“hopepunk” – best captures the spirit of CitySwitch and our achievements in 2019. The need for hopepunk – a movement that celebrates the pursuit of positive aims in the face of adversity – has never been more real.
Arup’s interest-only solar loans encourage employees to join the 100% renewable revolution and shape a better world, says the firm’s Regional Corporate Communications Manager, Lisa Gardner.
The Better Buildings Cup has helped the tenant community at 100 St Georges Terrace in Perth to up the ante on energy efficiency and achieve one of the first NABERS Co-Assess ratings.
Just one year ago, no one at comparison site Finder was responsible for driving the company’s sustainability agenda. A year later, Finder is the CitySwitch National New Signatory of the Year.
The change we need will to tackle our trickiest problems will be led and delivered by people.
The team behind the War on Waste is working on a new ABC documentary that will focus on Australia's role in climate change.
Announcing the release of two new PPA resources live on the BRC-A Resource Library
We're excited to announce that City of Sydney and City of Adelaide have a number of grants available for signatories in these LGA's.
The CitySwitch Green Office program has surpassed four million square metres of office space, as ANZ signs on 833 Collins Street in Melbourne.
The national CitySwitch program is venturing state-wide with office tenants across Victoria's regional and suburban areas now able to join the program and cut their energy bills along with the nations corporate leaders.
CitySwitch in Victoria has extended its NABERS rebate offer until the end of 2012. The rebate offers financial assistance towards the cost of a NABERS Energy tenancy or whole building rating.
CitySwitch City of Perth has extended their matching grant to help joining organisations meet the cost of a NABERS Energy assessment. The grant is 50 per cent of the assessment cost up to $1,000.
From its beginnings in Sydney, Earth Hour support has grown to 135 countries across the world. The simple act of turning off lights continues to deliver a powerful message about the need for action on climate change.
The City of Sydney has extended funding for the successful CitySwitch Green Office office energy efficiency program for another three years as it reaches 10 per cent of commercial office space across the nation.