Community Climate Conversations at PEC
Right now South Australia is having the biggest community conversation ever seen in Australia on Climate Change - join in at the Port Environment Centre.
Port Environment Centre will be facilitating community climate conversations this November.
All South Australians are invited to get involved and let the government know what you think can and should be done in SA to address climate change. Have your hopes, priorities and needs captured at this critical time for change.
We encourage you to come along, as ideas and insights from your conversations will go directly to the South Australian Government to inform their plans, policies and actions. This is such a great opportunity to directly influence government climate plans.
Plus the conversations are a great way to come together with others and talk about common concerns (and know you aren't alone in this).
Thursday 23 November, 7pm - 9pm with free supper provided.
If you can't make this session, Conservation Council is holding online conversations each Monday at 12.30pm and Wednesday at 5.30pm. RSVP here.
Who should come along?
These conversations are for everyone. The more perspectives and voices heard the better. And it really doesn't matter how much you know about climate change and possible solutions.
Host your own conversation this November.
You are also encouraged to host your own converastion with people you know, in your home, workplace or wherever your community gathers - sporting clubs, playgroups, schools, places of worship or cafes. If you're interested in hosting a conversations, you may wish to join one of our converstaions, or a Conservation SA online conversation first, so you can experience it before facilitating your own. But remember - they need to all be done before the end of November 2023!
Hosting is something anyone can do – it’s simply having a conversation, supported by a Host Kit and a Conversation Guide, and capturing what came from it.
Community Climate Conversations is a project of Conservation SA and South Australians for Climate Action. The process has been facilitated by DemocracyCo and is sponsored by the SA Department for Environment and Water.
We also operate with a City of Port Adelaide Enfield Living Environment Grant and funding from the Suzanne Elliott Charitable Trust.
Marni ngadlu tampinthi ngadlu Kaurna yartanga inparrinthi
It is good that we all acknowledge we are living on Kaurna Country.