Tuesday 31st March 4:00pm - 5:00pm
NatureMapr Community Info Session - 31 March
Saturday 4th April 10:00am - 12:00pm
Serrated Tussock Workshop
Wingecarribee Shire Council recognises the scientific and government position on climate change. Climate change may manifest as variable and intense weather patterns causing environmental, economic and social harm through drought, flood, bush fire, storm and sea level rises.
We are reducing our energy use and greenhouse gas emissions through projects such as switching to solar energy and upgrading to efficient LED lighting. We also track and report our greenhouse gas emissions.
Council's highest sources of greenhouse gas emissions are electricity, fuel and street lighting. Further information can be found in the Greenhouse Gas Reports:
Climate Change Adaptation Plan
In addition to reducing our energy use, we are implementing our Climate Change Adaptation Strategy across Council’s operations and services. Council completed a risk assessment in 2014 and developed a strategy to reduce the organisation’s exposure to risk from climate change impacts. The Plan was updated in 2019.
Read more about how climate change is affecting our region and neighbouring areas:
Source: Bureau of Meteorology
The chart above shows anomalies from mean temperature ranges based on average temperatures over 30 years (between 1961 and 1990).