LAST year saw Nuriootpa swelter through its warmest year ever, while Williamstown received 281mm of rain less than average during what was the state’s driest year on record.
REPRESENTATIVES from Gawler Council took action on climate change by participating in last week’s Global Strike for Climate.
GAWLER Council will once again support an international climate change strike set to take place in Adelaide later this month.
GAWLER councillor Ian Tooley has called on Gawler Council to “embrace” potential zoning changes around the Gawler railway line put forward by planning minister Stephan Knoll as a way of combatting climate change.
A GAWLER councillor is hoping to use his experience of travelling through climate change affected parts of North America to inform Gawler Council’s new Climate Emergency Action Plan Working Group.
THE Disaster Resilient Australia New Zealand School Education Network (DRANZSEN) held a state forum at Trinity College on Thursday.
GAWLER councillor and former school principal Ian Tooley was among the 5000 students and young adults who attended a rally at Parliament House in Adelaide on Friday, as part of a global day to protest against climate change inaction.
GAWLER Council has become the first South Australian council to pass a “climate emergency” declaration, committing itself to urgently preparing a Community Climate Emergency Plan to further enhance its resilience to climate impacts.