As our city grows, we need to better understand the increasing influence climate change will have. Together we can help reduce our emissions and prepare for the opportunities and challenges presented by climate change.
Climate change needs to be addressed by the whole community, all the way from government through to individuals – with business, science, research, and communities all playing a part.
Climate change will have an effect on sea levels, weather patterns and rainfall intensity. These changes in turn will increase natural hazard risks such as flooding from extreme rainfall, inundation (flooding from the harbour/sea), erosion (coastal and inner harbour), tsunami and liquefaction.
Our role at council is to understand the challenges our city faces and work with our communities to reduce emissions while preparing for the effects of climate change.
Follow-up workshop on the Climate AIP
When: 27 March 2023 (immediately following the Council meeting, estimated 1pm start)