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Southern Tasmanian councils road map to zero emissions

A road map to zero emissions in southern Tasmania will be released on Friday by the Southern Tasmanian Councils Authority (STCA). The STCA’s new report, the Community Carbon Emissions and Energy Footprints, highlights the emission reduction actions required by communities across the 12 local governments – that represent half of Tasmania’s population – across, energy…
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Tip trial turns green waste into black gold

Hobart’s McRobie’s Gully Waste Management Centre is being used as a trial site for a project aimed at turning green waste into black gold in the form of biochar, a fine-grained charcoal that can enrich garden soil, store carbon and reduce the need for fertilisers. The biochar pilot program was initiated by the STCA, supported…
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Southern Tasmanian councils lock in priorities

Governance, social and economic wellbeing, climate action and resilience, and planning have been locked in as the priorities of The Southern Tasmanian Councils Authority (STCA). The authority, made up of representatives from the City of Hobart, Huon Valley, Southern Midlands, Tasman, Derwent Valley, Glamorgan Spring Bay, Sorell, Central Highlands and Brighton councils, met on Monday…
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STCA Quarterly Report – December 2022

STCA Quarterly Report – December 2022 (PDF, 578KB)

STCA Quarterly Report September 2022

STCA Quarterly Report – September 2022 (PDF, 509KB)