A guest post care of my good friend Mike, taken from his blog “Watching the Deniers”, which is about combatting the climate change deniers and sceptics, and addressing the misinformation out there.
The City of Melbourne has been awarded as a leader in sustainability in an awards ceremony in London for its green buildings program.
This really is great, inspirational stuff. I heart Melbourne too!
Permit me to exhibit a bit of home town pride, but the city of Melbourne has recetnly been recognised as a leader in sustainability:
The City of Melbourne has been recognised as a global leader in cultivating green buildings, receiving a prestigious international award.
Lord Mayor Robert Doyle was presented with the C40 and Siemens Climate Leadership Award in the category of Energy Efficient Built Environment at a ceremony in London overnight. Berlin and New York were also shortlisted for the award.
“Melbourne, the most liveable city in the world, has now been recognised as having some of the smartest buildings in the world,” the Lord Mayor said.
“We know that sustainability and liveability are inexorably linked. For us to maintain a high standard of living we need to set the highest standards in sustainability.
“Every piece of research tells me that a sustainable city with high quality of…
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