Residents of Perth are gearing up for a celebration of the communities' achievements in sustainable living and business by participating in a wide range of events, initiatives and activities throughout the spring season.
The city plans to host a wide range of activities and has posted tips and advice onto their website. The city's efforts to make reducing their carbon footprint a central issue not only affects residents of Perth, but all Western Australians including those who own real estate in Australind.
The issue is at the forefront, especially with the pending legislation to repeal the carbon tax and put the Direct Action Plan into motion.
The plan will be designed to thoroughly and adequately source low cost emissions reductions as well as contribute to the Carbon Farming Initiative with an Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) to motivate efforts to reduce carbon over the whole Australian economy.
When combined with special funding for urban trees and one million solar roofs, the ERF will decrease Australia's greenhouse gas emissions while enhancing and protecting the environment.
Spring is the perfect season to encourage people to behave sustainably, according to Perth's Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi. Something about this glorious season makes people are ready to learn new ideas about how to reduce their environmental impact.
Those involved in Bunbury property management may be able to draw inspiration from Perth's sustainability efforts and implement them to save money and the environment.