Our Living Coast... Livingstone Coastal Hazards Adaptation Strategy

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About the Project

Livingstone Shire Council received funding under the Queensland Governments QCoast2100 program to prepare a Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy (CHAS). We are one of 31 coastal Councils in Queensland currently participating in the program and are being assisted by consultancy team Ethos Urban and BMT.

We are undertaking this project to better understand the risks posed by coastal hazards that affect our coastline today, as well as those that will affect it in the future. It is important for us to understand how coastal hazards could affect our community, environment, cultural values, and assets, so that we can be prepared and make informed decisions on what short and long-term actions should be taken to manage the risks.

DRAFT Our Living Coast Strategy

The Our Living Coast Strategy provides an understanding of how our coast is being affected by coastal hazards today and how our coast might change in the future under the influence of climate change, including the impacts of sea level rise. You are encouraged to read the Our Living Coast Strategy and or Our Living Coast Summary Sheet to better understand the strategic actions required to respond to existing and future coastal hazards. Please then complete the CHAS Submission Form below and provide feedback. Consultation is now closed.

About the Project

Livingstone Shire Council received funding under the Queensland Governments QCoast2100 program to prepare a Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy (CHAS). We are one of 31 coastal Councils in Queensland currently participating in the program and are being assisted by consultancy team Ethos Urban and BMT.

We are undertaking this project to better understand the risks posed by coastal hazards that affect our coastline today, as well as those that will affect it in the future. It is important for us to understand how coastal hazards could affect our community, environment, cultural values, and assets, so that we can be prepared and make informed decisions on what short and long-term actions should be taken to manage the risks.

DRAFT Our Living Coast Strategy

The Our Living Coast Strategy provides an understanding of how our coast is being affected by coastal hazards today and how our coast might change in the future under the influence of climate change, including the impacts of sea level rise. You are encouraged to read the Our Living Coast Strategy and or Our Living Coast Summary Sheet to better understand the strategic actions required to respond to existing and future coastal hazards. Please then complete the CHAS Submission Form below and provide feedback. Consultation is now closed.