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Symposium highlights First Nations insights in transition to net zero: The Wire

The First Nations Clean Energy Symposium in Adelaide gave insight on how clean energy can both support First Nations communities and be informed by Indigenous perspectives.

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First Nations people must be at the forefront of Australia’s renewable energy revolution

Australia’s plentiful solar and wind resources and proximity to Asia means it can become a renewable energy superpower. But as the renewable energy rollout continues, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people must benefit.

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New South Wales policy overview: First Nations and clean energy

The energy transformation in New South Wales has included a range of initiatives for First Nations people. 

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Engineering an energy transition: Victoria's First Peoples and its energy policies

A new report finds the energy transformation in Victoria includes a range of Victorian government First Nations initiatives.

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Advancing Aboriginal Interests in the New South Wales Renewable Energy Transition

As the NSW Government steers the transition of the economy to renewable energy there is a unique opportunity for Aboriginal communities and their economic and land interests and aspirations to be advanced. The renewable energy transition in NSW presents an opportunity for Aboriginal landholders in NSW to participate in new economies, address energy security and poverty, derive benefits including collective wealth generation and capacity-building, and for Aboriginal values and aspirations to be built into the foundation and long-term operation of renewable energy projects.