Resilient South Regional Climate Action Plan

We invite you to tell us your thoughts on what you think Resilient South should be doing to support the community to reduce emissions and prepare for or respond to climate change. We also want to know what you think our future "climate-ready" southern Adelaide region should look like.

Resilient South is a partnership between the Cities of Holdfast Bay, Marion, Mitcham and Onkaparinga and the South Australian Government that aims to increase climate change adaptation and emissions reduction actions in the southern Adelaide region.

The Resilient South partners are preparing a Regional Climate Action Plan (ReCAP) to provide strategic direction for the four councils to adapt to a changing climate and further reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The ReCAP will focus on what the partners will do together, including how we can support and partner with others to progress change. It will build on our success over the past decade and provide a platform to nurture the relationships we have formed and develop new partnerships to benefit our region. A range of stakeholder engagement activities is being undertaken to understand how Resilient South can respond to community and stakeholder priorities and expectations.

Share Your View

The ideas board and survey on the project page give you the opportunity to have your say on how Resilient South can best support climate action and share what you think the vision for our climate-ready southern Adelaide should be.

Alternatively, you are always welcome to call on weekdays between 9am-5pm and ask to speak to a member of the Environment Team on 8229 9999.

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