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ACTA Adelaide : ACTA Adelaide
14 Planner's Guide 2009/10 As a destination, Adelaide is taking an innovative and proactive stance with regard to its green credentials and 'sustainability edge' and has now firmly established itself as Australia's green convention and events destination. a truly sustainable destination South Australia is a world leader in climate change policy and a national leader in the development and support of renewable energy. The state has 51% of Australia's wind capacity and 45% of the grid-connected solar power. South Australia is also home to 90% of geothermal energy exploration activity in Australia. Proudly the state is the leader in storm water reuse and has the highest per capita level of recycled water use in Australia. South Australia was the first state in the nation to proclaim climate change laws, and continues to push the boundaries with forward thinking legislation. Adelaide itself is pedestrian friendly and serviced by electric trams and the world's first solar powered bus, so when it comes to getting around, delegates' "environmental footprints" tend to be their own.