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University of Tasmania

Aug 24, 2020

In 2016, the University of Tasmania became the second university in Australia to be awarded a carbon neutral certification Their process of achieving this goal included measuring and reducing emissions wherever possible, offsetting leftover emissions with a specific focus on the Tasmanian community, and publicly sharing their emissions balance.

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