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Ironbark frequently contributes reports, information and time to the sector. Over the last decade we have written hundreds of articles, delivered webinars and developed presentations and reports that we have promoted through this website, our newsletter and social media.

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You can call them eco champions, enviro warriors, even green armies! These are the people on the front line who volunteer to help implement your environmental programs. However a common problem with champions is they don’t really know what their role is and rarely receive any training on how to influence and change behaviours within a council. The best way to address these problems is to investigate behaviour change programs and invest in training of your champions. Here we explore the latest in...

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Ironbark have been working councils to access a range of funding for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. The largest and most recent funding announcement was for the Community Energy Efficiency Program (CEEP) where Ironbark worked with 85 councils and were involved in successful applications to the value of $59.64 million. This represents buildings and street lighting projects from Western Australia to Tasmania and everything in between. Download our presentation and check out this...

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In late 2012 Ironbark held a webinar for Australian councils focussing on how to implement successful hot water retrofits at council facilities. Ironbark and local government staff provided short presentations on their hot water knowledge and retrofit project experiences, including staff from Darebin and Moonee Valley City Councils. You can view it here as well as download the slides.

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