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Have your say on Sydney’s Sustainable Office Buildings Plan

Have your say on Sydney’s Sustainable Office Buildings Plan

Find out how you can give your feedback on Sydney's Sustainable Office Buildings Plan.

Farewell to Jeff Elliott, CitySwitch National

Farewell to Jeff Elliott, CitySwitch National

It is with much sadness that we say goodbye to Jeff Elliott, who, after some time away volunteering, will not be returning to the role of Regional Program Manager for CitySwitch in Victoria.

How coworking can help make sustainability sexy for tenants

How coworking can help make sustainability sexy for tenants

"Forget the free beer and ping pong tables. The real value for tenants will be found in sustainability as a service" says Esther Bailey

Looking for a Grant? Take a look at these funding opportunities...

Looking for a Grant? Take a look at these funding opportunities...

There is government funding available to help you to improve energy efficiency of your organisation - take a look at what might be applicable to you. 

NABERSNZ rating program powers shift towards better, healthier,...

NABERSNZ rating program powers shift towards better, healthier,...

For building owners, a high NABERSNZ rating can mean lower operating costs, more satisfied tenants and better occupancy rates. For tenants, a good NABERSNZ rating means lower energy costs and assurance that you’re in a well-built and well-run building.

City of Perth Sustainability Grants for NABERS Ratings.

City of Perth Sustainability Grants for NABERS Ratings.

Assistance for commercial building occupants to benchmark their energy and water performance using NABERS ratings.

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Positive Power posters

Positive Power posters

Download the Power Positive posters for your office and help to switch to GreenPower.



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