Australia Climate action and sustainable development , Democracy, devolution and governance

Responding to the twin crisis: climate change and biodiversity loss



This is the first of a two-part series looking at the different pathways councils can take to make sure words translate into action. This first briefing looks at what local governments can do internally (the area where it exercises the most control) to align its operation and capacity to set it up for success to respond to the climate emergency. This briefing will draw on case studies and research to help you navigate the internal steps that can be taken whether your council has declared or is in the process of declaring.

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