South Australians think globally, act locally and are international leaders in addressing climate change.
We adapt to the long term physical changes that climate change presents.
Increase the number of households in high bushfire prone areas that are prepared for a bushfire by 30% by 2020
Achieve the Kyoto target by limiting the state's greenhouse gas emissions to 108% of 1990 levels during 2008-2012, as a first step towards reducing emissions by 60% (to 40% of 1990 levels) by 2050
Improve the energy efficiency of dwellings by 15% by 2020(Milestone of 10% by 2014)
Improve the energy efficiency of government buildings by 30% by 2020(Milestone of 25% by 2014)
Purchase renewable energy for 50% of the Government's own electricity needs by 2014
By 2020, achieve a 25% increase in the protection of agricultural cropping land from soil erosion and a 25% improvement in the condition of pastoral land
South Australia has the system capacity to harvest up to 35 GL of stormwater per annum by 2025