Adelaide Zero Project: Implementation Plan
The Adelaide Zero Project Implementation Plan sets out the next steps in the development of the project, the timeline for key activities and, crucially, which organisations will take responsibility for delivering the various elements of the project. The development of the Adelaide Zero Project is informed by a research team made up of academics from The University of Adelaide and Flinders University.
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