Climate Dashboard Launched to Promote Awareness and Action

Published on Tuesday, 28 November 2023 at 10:04:09 AM

In a first for the state, the South Coast Alliance Inc. (SCA) has developed an online dashboard aimed at promoting climate change awareness and action.

The goal of the South Coast Climate Dashboard, launched today, is to empower and connect the community to take meaningful steps towards climate action by providing detailed local data on climate change, emissions, and actions all in one online hub.

Community members, business owners and leaders will be able to utilise the dashboard as a tool to collaborate, connect and contribute to the regional effort to reduce climate emissions on the South Coast.

South Coast Alliance Chairperson Cr. Jon Oldfield said the project complemented the extensive work that SCA had undertaken over the last 2 years.

“As a collaborative Local Government Regional Climate Alliance, this innovative platform is designed to empower our community to make a positive impact on our environment,” they said.

“It stands as a testament to the power of collaboration and shared commitment towards a sustainable future.

“We encourage everyone to explore this valuable resource at www.scclimate.com.au."

SCA, an alliance made up of the City of Albany and Shires of Denmark, Jerramungup and Plantagenet, engaged the services of Ironbark Sustainability to design and deliver the South Coast Climate Dashboard.

The South Coast Climate Dashboard has been made possible thanks to funding from Lotterywest and collaborators, Fitzgerald Biosphere Community Collective, Gondwana Link, Green Skills, Marine Energy Research Australia, Oyster Harbour Catchment Group, South Coast NRM, Stirling to Coast Farmers, Torbay Catchment Group and Wilson Inlet Catchment Committee. It stands as a testament to the power of collaboration and shared commitment towards a sustainable future.

Contact: SCA Regional Climate Coordinator: Marie Kerr, 0420 399 938, climate@southcoastalliance.org.au 

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