Instead of tackling everything all at once, the idea is to divide the project up into specific topic areas, to be covered by different working groups.
The working groups include:
Aside from the specific questions that arise with each topic, there are some general questions that cut across all of them, including:
1. How to decarbonise?
2. What to do with and how to prevent waste?
3. How can equity be ensured for the many?
4. How can the process be democratic and participatory?
5. What role can the youth of Southern Gippsland play in this transition, and how to get them involved?
6. And most importantly, how can First Nations' sovereignty be addressed?
You can find out when the working groups are meeting here.
PUT YOUR NAME ON IT
As we grow the movement for a Just Transition for South Gippsland, we ask that you add your name as a show of support.
COME TO A MEETING
You are invited to come along to a meeting and get involved. Upcoming meetings can be seen below. And a rundown on what we have been up to can be found here.
We recently released a Roadmap, which is a general overview of the work done so far, and where we are headed.
Food and Farming Presentation
The food and farming working group recently organised a presentation from local farmers Gill Hayman and Graeme Nicoll. You can watch the video of the session here.
If you would like to come along to a meeting, or have any questions, you can get in touch via email@example.com.
You can also sign up to our mailing list here.
South Gippsland spans Bunurong and Gunai-Kurnai country. We acknowledge that this land is unceded and pay respects to Elders past, present and emerging. A just transition is one that allows for First Nations' sovereignty.
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