In partnership with the Government of South Australia, RAA joins some of the state’s leading businesses to launch SA ZERO (ZERO CARBON/ ZERO WASTE), a landmark cross-sector private, public and not-for-profit collaboration aimed at accelerating South Australia’s journey to Net Zero Carbon by 2050.
RAA will work with initiative leader Committee for Adelaide, in addition to launch partners Flinders Port Holdings, BHP, University of Adelaide, Australia’s national science agency CSIRO, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and the Government of South Australia.
RAA Chief Executive Officer Nick Reade said “collaboration is the key to achieving the State’s environmental targets.”
“We are excited to be part of the SA ZERO initiative, demonstrate leadership and represent our members and our community,” Mr Reade said.
SA ZERO members will work with government and academia to develop and implement strategies to help South Australian businesses lower their emissions.
It will consider energy efficiency measures, increased use of renewable energy, electrification, zero waste solutions, the rapid transition to a more circular economy, carbon capture and storage, and the adoption of new sustainable technologies.
To find out more about the initiative visit Committee for Adelaide