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How we can all prepare and respond to the impacts from a changing climate.
Presentations, resources and free and low cost workshops on a range of topics held across the council region to help you become a little greener.
Protecting and maintaining our natural spaces to increase biodiversity.
Water Sensitive Urban Design provides benefits including protecting and improving waterway health by copying the natural water cycle as closely as possible.
A circular economy aims to minimise waste and maximise the use of resources while regenerating our natural environment.
Trees are awesome! They keep us cool, clean the air, reduce stormwater runoff and provide habitat for birds and wildlife. We value trees and have a target to plant 100,000 around our region by 2037.
Spring into nature from Sunday 1 October at this year’s statewide Nature Festival in Onkaparinga.
Breeding season for the threatened shorebirds is in full swing—here’s how you can help them thrive.
And the winner is… this gigantic River Red Gum in Flagstaff Hill.
The Environment Protection Authority will be developing State of the Environment Report 2023 over the next 12 months and we are seeking your input to help shape its content.
Waste and recycling disposal options including bin collections, green organics alternatives, hard rubbish and mattress collections.
The newly launched Adelaide Garden Guide for New Homes, provides small garden designs and planting ideas to help make it easy to implement the Planning and Design Code’s mandatory tree and landscaping requirements for new homes and renovations in metropolitan Adelaide.
To support community-led projects that foster environmental stewardship and build capacity and capability. Implementing energy efficiency upgrades in community leased, council owned buildings.Grants are now closed and reopen in July 2024.
We are involved in a wide range of food initiatives promoting health and wellbeing in our community. We also have information relating to food security to assist those in need.
The state government’s release of 60 hectares of land in Aldinga has presented an unprecedented opportunity to set a new benchmark for sustainable development in Australia.