The opportunity to provide feedback on the draft Climate Change Adaptation Plan Refresh 2030 has now concluded. If you have any questions about this project, please see the Who's Listening box, right.
Have your say on climate change adaptation
Council is seeking community feedback on how it can work in partnership with residents to prepare for the effects of climate change, such as increases in hot days, extreme weather events, rising sea levels and decreased rainfall expected to take place over the next 30 years. Adaptation will help us prepare for these predicted climate change risks. Read more about these risks and their impact below, and have your say!
The information that will be gathered from the community, through this site and community information pop up events, will help inform Council's draft Climate Change Adaptation Plan Refresh 2030.
How can you get involved?
View the online information and provide feedback via the survey by clicking here.
Feedback closes at midnight Sunday 31 March 2019.
The community is encouraged to attend one of Council’s three community information pop up events. Note: the pop up events have taken place, but you can still provide your feedback by clicking here.
- Saturday 16 February, from 1pm to 4 pm Weaver Reserve, the Esplanade, at the corner of Pier Street
- Saturday 23 February, from 11am to 2pm Esplanade walkway at Williamstown Beach, near the Kiosk d'Asporto Williamstown
- Saturday 2 March, from 8.30am to 11.30am The 100 Steps of Federation entrance, at the end of Andrew Park Drive Altona Meadows
Are you a young person (aged 12 to 25)? We have two specific sessions for young people - Note: These sessions have passed and registrations have now closed.
- Workshop Thursday 14 March from 4pm to 6pm Newport Community Hub, hosted by Hobsons Bay Up.
- Open pop-up session at Altona North Library on Friday 15 March from 4pm to 5:30 pm (registration not required)