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Join us on Tuesday 30th May at 2pm AEST as the Cities Power Partnership team provides a detailed snapshot of where Australian councils are at with their climate actions.
In five years, the Cities Power Partnership has become Australia’s largest network of local councils leading the way to a thriving, zero emissions future. With 180 councils on board, we have seen tangible action and huge emissions reductions taking place all across the country.
Every year, we roll out a Reporting and Feedback Survey to our members to gain insights, help inform the future of the program, and to receive an update on their Cities Power Partnership pledges. The latest report Tracking Progress: 2022 Snapshot of Council Action on Climate Change, summarises the results from the 158 councils who completed 2022’s survey. It also shows how CPP is supporting councils to take effective climate action, and identifies opportunities to enhance that support.
Come along to learn more about the following:
Those with access to Council Connect will receive a direct calendar invitation and do not need to also register via the registration button below.
Director, Cities Power Partnership
Portia leads the delivery of the program’s strategy and impact, with the annual Snapshot report providing her with invaluable information. She is passionate about advancing the critical work that local governments do in taking meaningful action on climate change and looks forward to sharing her insights as program Director.
Climate Project Officer, Cities Power Partnership
Chris is responsible for the reporting process and organising the data that councils submit as part of their involvement with the program. As the lead author of the Tracking Progress report, he will be providing an overview of the key findings and how they relate to facilitating stronger knowledge exchange between Australian councils.