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Overview Councils use a range of different mechanisms to authorise action and to manage climate change risks. Common mechanisms include using the Corporate Plan, the Risk Register, or having a Climate Change Policy. Irrespective of the mechanism that is used it is important (at a minimum) that the climate change responsibilities are clearly outlined including key performance indicators, identif...

When thinking about climate change it is really easy to think that each council has a unique challenge that they must face alone. At first glance what can make the council unique might include: Climate change risk factors (e.g. one council being focused on sea level rise while another adapts to changes to heat waves) The support (or not) of the elected Council, corporate body, or the communi...

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