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|Title:||Carbon reduction at the local level|
|Citation:||The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 2009; 5(1):115-126|
|Publisher:||Common Ground Publishing|
|Jon Kellett, Cathryn Hamilton|
|Abstract:||The prospect of high level carbon reduction target setting by national and state governments poses serious questions about local target setting and the mechanisms which can be employed to achieve reductions. Key aspects include the adequacy of current methods of baseline energy assessment and the level of information available to assess renewable energy resources at the local level. This paper uses a study of Playford Council in South Australia to illustrate problems with current data resources and identifies future data requirements. It presents a methodology which can be used to assess both baseline demand and renewable energy resources at the level of a local council area. The discussion includes a critique of alternative approaches and highlights the need for local resource plans to provide a platform for effective action.|
|Keywords:||Carbon reduction targets; Energy baselines; Renewable resource assessment; Energy efficiency|
|Rights:||© Common Ground, Jon Kellett, Cathryn Hamilton, All Rights Reserved,|
|Appears in Collections:||Architecture publications|
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