Newcastle Climate Action Summit
Newcastle holds the potential to flourish while championing robust climate action. Join us at the upcoming Newcastle Climate Action Summit on 18 November.
Thanks to generous support from City of Newcastle, the cost of registration for the Newcastle Climate Action Summit has now been halved!
- Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander: FREE
- Unwaged / Pensioner: $15
- Waged (<$50k): $25
- Waged ($50-100k): $35
- Waged (> $100k): $50
This pivotal event will unite diverse organisations to develop a comprehensive strategy to reduce Greenhouse gas emissions in Newcastle. It will be the first city-wide strategy, with emission reduction actions for transport, and waste, households, commerce and industry. Let’s come together to shape a prosperous and sustainable future for our city.
We really want to hear directly from you:
- What actions do you and/or your organisation consider the highest priority to rapidly reduce Newcastle’s Greenhouse gas emissions?
- How can our city play its part in this national and global effort?
- What great initiatives are being developed or already being implemented?
It will be an interactive day, with small group discussion, table talks and workshops. We’ll all learn, share and connect. All are welcome to attend.
Who should come? All who are keen to act to reduce Greenhouse gas emissions in Newcastle to tackle the effects climate change:
- Transport industry, Freight and Logisitics, Public Transport, Active Transport and E-mobility, Automative and Electric Vehicle advocacy organisations, Transport for NSW, and Rail, Tram and Bus Union, and Travel Industry;
- Waste companies, Waste and resource recovery managers, Waste to energy advocates, Foodbanks, and Supermarkets;
- Tenants Advocacy, Social Housing providers and advocates, and Town Planners,
- Businesses, Small-medium enterprises, Chambers of commerce, business improvement associations;
- Industry and Manufacturing companies, Chemical companies, Cement Production, Metal Manufactures, Refrigeration companies, and Industry Consultative committees,