REGIONAL CLIMATE ADAPTATION GROUPS
| Working together to adapt to the changing climate |
Expressions of interest are sought from community members, agencies, state & local government and organisations to be involved in the Regional Climate Adaptation Group (RCAG).
This group will help guide investment and action for climate adaptation in the Grampians Region.
EOI’s close 3 May 2021
Responsibilities of the RCAG
- Engage others in your organisation, networks and community to ensure a community-led approach to adaptation planning in the Grampians region;
- Provide technical advice or knowledge based on your area of expertise;
- Work collaboratively with the other members of the RCAG to develop and contribute to relevant documentation.
- Dedicate around one day per month of your time for meetings, meeting pre-reading and engagement with stakeholders.
- Members will be appointed until June/July 2022
- Initial induction meeting
- Dedicate approx. 1 day per month of your time for meetings, meeting pre-reading and engagement with stakeholders.
- Successful applicants may be reimbursed for their time
The Supporting Our Regions to Adapt (SORAd) program will help communities build their resilience to climate change.
The program recognises that the impacts of climate change on communities differs, depending on where you live in Victoria, and so adaptation action needs to be tailored for each region.
The RCAG will provide place-based project guidance and advice. Membership will include a range of stakeholders and community members identified from an expression of interest process. The group will be active and committed and will have a role linking the Regional Climate Adaptation Strategy and annual action plans to the needs and aspirations of community, business and key regional stakeholders.
Regional Climate Adaptation Group
The Regional Climate Adaptation Group (RCAG) provides placed-based project guidance and advice to the Grampians Region Climate Adaptation Strategy (RCAS). Members include a range of stakeholders and community members, identified through an expression of interest process. The group is active and committed to the role of linking the RCAS and yearly delivery plans to the needs and aspirations of the community, business and key regional stakeholders.
The RCAG is split into two sub-groups – Wimmera RCAG and Central Highlands RCAG.
| Wimmera RCAG
| Central Highlands RCAG
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We acknowledge the First Nations Peoples of the land and waters that we live, care and work upon within the Grampians Region. We respect the continuous culture that has been embedded into history for thousands of years. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.