Creating a roadmap for Sunshine Coast climate action – we need your input!

Noosa and Sunshine Coast councils have joined forces to develop a climate action roadmap to prepare for climate events and the opportunities that can come from this.

You are invited as a valued member of the community, to help build the climate action roadmap starting by completing this survey and sharing it within your networks that are based in the Noosa and/or Sunshine Coast region.

Floods, bushfires, heatwaves, droughts, coastal erosion and severe storms are all part of living in Queensland, and they impact our livelihoods, our lifestyles, our health and our wellbeing.  

Do we understand how the climate affects us? As part of the community living on the Sunshine Coast, you can help prepare for a changing climate by answering this survey.  

No matter what your age, gender, profession or view - Tell us what you think!

Survey closes Sunday 24th October.

More information on this Regional Climate Action Project is available here.

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In October 2021, the Sunshine Coast Council is partnering with entomologists and arachnologists from the Queensland Museum to undertake the first broad taxonomic study of invertebrates at Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve.

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