City launches new ‘Our Climate Actions’ Interactive Site

As the City of Greater Geelong recognises the growing importance of taking care of our environment, we’re excited to introduce the ‘Our Climate Actions’ interactive site.

This initiative provides an opportunity to explore how the City and the community are working together to protect our local area and deal with the changes happening in our climate.

By visiting the site, community members can learn about things like renewable energy projects that help reduce pollution, efforts to save local plants and animals, smart ways we are running our buildings and facilities, and programs that teach people about climate change and how they can help.

Mayor Trent Sullivan

It’s more than just showing off what we’ve done so far. It’s a way for everyone to learn about how we’re tackling climate change together.

The interactive site provides an opportunity for the community to be a part of the solution by increasing their understanding about different projects, like using more clean energy, protecting nature, and spreading awareness about climate change.

Environment and Circular Economy portfolio chair, Councillor Peter Murrihy:

Everyone, from individuals to big organisations, can do their part to help and our new ‘Our Climate Action’ interactive site will assist immensely.

By working together and making real changes, we can make a big difference for the future of our region.

While the ‘Our Climate Actions’ interactive site doesn’t cover everything we’re doing, we’ll keep updating it regularly.

In addition, we’ll share progress reports as we aim to reach our goal of having zero emissions across the whole municipality by 2035. The City would like everyone in our community to get involved and see the innovative projects and ideas we’ve put into action.

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