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The Local Government Association of Queensland’s (LGAQ) Queensland Climate Resilient Councils (Q CRC) program, Cities Power Partnership and Livingstone Shire Council are partnering to bring you this local government focused event.
Join this free event to learn about the economic opportunities being unlocked through clean economy initiatives. Hear from local sector representatives and other local governments about the actions they are taking to access these opportunities and build resilience to climate related risks.
Local governments in Queensland are faced with the twin challenges of preparing their communities for the impacts of climate change while enabling the region to make the most of the enormous opportunities presented by the emerging clean economy.
With extraordinary natural resources, a skilled workforce and an existing industrial base, Central Queensland has what it takes to become a renewable energy and clean industry superpower. Central Queensland’s agricultural and tourism sectors are also well positioned to lead the world in embracing sustainable markets and land carbon solutions.
This event will explore the practical steps that local governments in Central Queensland can take to respond to these risks and opportunities. It will include expert briefings, local case studies, training and networking opportunities.
The event is open to council staff and elected officials from all Councils in Central Queensland. Register now to secure your place!
Day 1 – Thursday 12th August
Council Officer Workshop, 10am -12pm (NOTE: Only virtual tickets are currently available for this session)
This session for Council Officers and will include:
Climate Risks and Opportunities for Central Queensland, 12pm – 4pm (NOTE: Only virtual tickets are currently available for this session)
This session is open to elected representatives, council executives and staff. It will explore Local Government’s role in addressing climate risks and realising the opportunities presented to Central Queensland by the clean economy. A networking lunch will be followed by:
Day 2 – Friday 13th August
Climate risk management training, 9am-12pm
This session is aimed at Council Staff but is open to Elected Representatives and Executives. It will include expert training on identifying, managing and communicating climate risks using the latest tools available to Queensland councils.
Trainer: Dorean Erhart, Manager Q CRC Program, LGAQ