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Climate Change Survey


The City of Joondalup is seeking community feedback on what the City’s role should be in responding to the threat of climate change. Feedback will be used to inform development of a new Climate Change Plan 2022 – 2032. This plan will guide the City’s climate change management activities over the next 10 years. The plan will build on the achievements and progress of the City’s previous Climate Change Strategy 2014 – 2019.

Climate change refers to the significant change in temperature and typical weather patterns over long periods of time. Climate change is accelerating due to increasing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere as a result of human activities. Climate change will affect a number of areas that local government is responsible for, including infrastructure, community facilities, public open space and the natural environment.

To provide feedback, please complete the online Climate Change Survey. For further information on the consultation, please contact the Environmental Development team.

All respondents will go into the draw to win one of two $500.00 gift vouchers.


Feedback accepted: Thursday 24 June 2021 – Wednesday 21 July 2021

If you would like more information about climate change, including detailed climate projections, tools and data, these can be viewed via the joint CSIRO and Federal Government website: Climate Change in Australia.

The City has several environmental strategic plans that address issues such as waste, water, sustainable transport and natural area management. View these plans online.