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Join online ‘Fight for Planet A’ Q&A on climate challenge

Eurobodalla Council will host an online panel discussion on the issues raised in ABC TV’s three-part series Fight for Planet A: Our Climate Challenge next week.

The discussion will feature climate energy and transport expert from the show Petra Stock, as well as local experts on sustainable building design and food production, discussing how we can work together to take action on tackling the climate challenge.

Eurobodalla Council’s sustainability coordinator Mark Shorter said Fight for Planet A served as the perfect opportunity to engage with the community on the climate challenge.

“The Q&A is a great opportunity to have a meaningful discussion about some of the issues and opportunities we need to consider in renewing Council’s Emissions Reduction Plan and the development of a climate adaptation strategy later this year,” he said.

Fight for Planet A: Our Climate Challenge, hosted by Craig Reucassel, aims to entertain, inform and challenge thoughts on climate change. It delves into where our energy comes from, how transport and travel emissions affect our health, and the carbon footprint of the food we eat.

It also details the small actions we can all take in our daily lives to collectively make big changes in reducing Australia’s carbon emissions.

The online Q&A will be held Thursday 27 August, at 7pm, via Zoom. Discussion participants are urged to watch the episodes ahead of the event, either on Tuesdays at 8.30pm, or on ABC iView.

Participants will be able to ask questions in the discussion via the chat function, but will be muted and not visible to others.

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Above: Eurobodalla Council will host an online panel discussion with local and national experts on the issues raised in ABC TV’s three-part series “Fight for Planet A: Our Climate Challenge” on Thursday 27 August, 7pm.

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