DRAFT Community Energy and Emissions Strategy

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Clarence Valley Energy & Emissions Reduction Strategy DRAFT

Clarence Valley Council with funding from the NSW Government has engaged an industry leading consultant to develop a strategy that will provide the Clarence Valley community with direction and encouragement to take action in reducing emissions and mitigating the potential harmful impacts of climate change. The draft strategy has been placed on exhibition until Wednesday 5 May 2021 and Council is very keen to receive local feedback and ideas to enhance the strategy.

Once adopted Council will be seeking to engage with community, business and government to accept the challenge of meeting our emission targets, to come forward with innovative ideas, to make personal and community commitment to change and reduce emissions. This will be a challenge but exciting opportunity for our community to show what can be achieved.

Summary

The summary document, located in the documents section, incorporates key aspects from the strategy and has been designed to give readers a quick appreciation of the draft strategy. Council however encourages interested readers to access the full Draft Clarence Valley Community Energy and Emissions Reduction Strategy, located in the documents section.

Ideas If you have any ideas, please pop them in the ideas tab below.

Survey If you'd like to complete our 4 question survey, please click on survey tab below.

Questions For further information please contact Ken Wilson or Suzanne Lynch on 6643 0200.

Clarence Valley Energy & Emissions Reduction Strategy DRAFT

Clarence Valley Council with funding from the NSW Government has engaged an industry leading consultant to develop a strategy that will provide the Clarence Valley community with direction and encouragement to take action in reducing emissions and mitigating the potential harmful impacts of climate change. The draft strategy has been placed on exhibition until Wednesday 5 May 2021 and Council is very keen to receive local feedback and ideas to enhance the strategy.

Once adopted Council will be seeking to engage with community, business and government to accept the challenge of meeting our emission targets, to come forward with innovative ideas, to make personal and community commitment to change and reduce emissions. This will be a challenge but exciting opportunity for our community to show what can be achieved.

Summary

The summary document, located in the documents section, incorporates key aspects from the strategy and has been designed to give readers a quick appreciation of the draft strategy. Council however encourages interested readers to access the full Draft Clarence Valley Community Energy and Emissions Reduction Strategy, located in the documents section.

Ideas If you have any ideas, please pop them in the ideas tab below.

Survey If you'd like to complete our 4 question survey, please click on survey tab below.

Questions For further information please contact Ken Wilson or Suzanne Lynch on 6643 0200.