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QCoast2100 Newsletter - July 2019
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Coastal Hazard Adaptation Program

Following QCoast2100's IPWEA Queensland Division Excellence Award last year, the Program has made it to the finals of the 2019 IPWEA Australasia Excellence Awards being held in Hobart next month. We would like to acknowledge the part that each one of our participating councils have played in making this a successful and award-winning program.

Project Status Update

Carpentaria Shire Council has been approved for funding, taking us to a total of 45 approved projects for 32 councils (including Weipa). The progress of all councils can be viewed on the status of projects page on the QCoast2100 website. Read More

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The urgency of climate policy

Following Noosa's announcement formally declaring a 'climate emergency', LGAQ's CEO, Greg Hallam, put the spotlight on the importance of the role the QCoast2100 Program is playing in supporting council's prepare for the future.  Read More

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QCoast2100 Forum 5

QCoast2100's 5th Knowledge & Information Sharing Forum was held on Thursday, 23 May 2019 in Cairns. The forum featured selected local government representatives discussing their CHAS journeys and sharing lessons learnt. Presentations from the day are now available. Read More

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Queensland Coastal Conference

The 7th Queensland Coastal Conference, will be held in Surfers Paradise on the 21st and 22nd of August 2019. The conference brings together scientists, engineers, planners, managers, policy makers, and practitioners from across Queensland's coastal community to discuss issues, share ideas, and identify solutions. Read More

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