Climate change is an issue that concerns many members of our community. The Shire of Augusta Margaret River is committed to playing a leading role in reducing emissions from our community to reach net zero emissions by 2030. In order to reach this target, we all have a role to play and we need your help!The Shire has partnered with not-for-profit organisation Climate for Change to train facilitators in leading Climate Conversations within our community.
Climate Conversations are informal discussions that aim to bring about meaningful action on climate change through ordinary Australians. Having quality conversations about climate change in a relaxed environment helps build social connections and generates momentum to achieve effective climate action.
We are currently calling for host and facilitator volunteers, who will be supported to lead transformative discussions that inspire our local community to stand up on climate change.
If you would like to learn more or sign up to become a facilitator or a host, please visit the Shire’s website.
If you have any other questions please contact [email protected]
07 Oct 2022 Topic Type
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