Climate Action Workshops
In November 2019, Mosman Council declared a climate emergency.
Council is now preparing a Climate Strategy and Action Plan for the next five years, that will outline potential actions to be assessed against environmental, economic and social outcomes.
Residents are invited to give their input at Council’s community consultation workshops.
Please note places are limited and bookings are essential for all sessions (links below). For information about possible cancellation, please refer to this webpage and Eventbrite:
Community Engagement – These workshops are still scheduled to continue as plannedAdaptation Workshop:
Monday 4 May, 6.30-8.30pm, Grand Hall, Mosman Art Gallery
This facilitated workshop will focus on adaptation. We will discuss topics such as resilience to sea level rise, storm surge, extreme weather, drought, water, the urban heat island effect, and urban forest. To register please click hereValues Workshop:
Thursday 14 May, 1-4pm, Council Chambers
At this facilitated workshop we will continue to discuss issues around mitigation, adaptation, and resilience, and also explore values. To register please click here
Please note these events have been postponed due to public health adviceClimate Action Forum
New date to be announced
Hear from guest speakers and representatives from different levels of government, including Member for Warringah Zali Steggall OAM, Member for North Shore Felicity Wilson, Professor David Schlosberg, Director of the Sydney Environment Institute and Professor Ruth Irwin, Mosman Council’s newly appointed Team Leader Sustainability who is developing its Climate Strategy and Action Plan.Mitigation Workshop: POSTPONED
New date to be determined
This facilitated workshop will focus on mitigation. We will discuss our carbon footprint through energy, transport, air quality, waste, food, finance, planning and development, building design and materials.
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