Moreland City Council acknowledges we are in a state of climate emergency that requires urgent action by all levels of government, including local Councils.
This is why in 2017/18, Moreland City Council and Australian Energy Foundation developed Moreland’s Zero Carbon 2040 Framework.
This framework is designed to guide our community to transition to zero carbon by 2040 – 10 years ahead of the State Government’s target for reaching zero emissions in Victoria.
What is the 2040 framework?
The Moreland Zero Carbon – 2040 Framework defines the key priorities for driving emissions reductions across three target areas:
- energy transition
- sustainable transport
- waste and consumption
The key priorities for action and advocacy outcomes within the Framework will be reviewed each five years and re-set for the following five-years.
This Framework builds on the original 2014 Zero Carbon Evolution (ZCE) Strategy and the ZCE – Refresh to 2020.
ZCM Action plan for 2020/21 – 2024/25
The Zero Carbon Moreland Climate Emergency Action Plan 2020/21 – 2024/25 outlines key initiatives and programs for the first five year period of the Zero Carbon Moreland 2040 Framework.
The Plan summarises key activities to influence and reduce community wide greenhouse gas emissions across Energy, Transport and Waste sectors and aligns with the Moreland Integrated Transport Strategy (2019) and Waste and Litter Strategy (2018).
Download the Moreland Integrated Transport Strategy (MITS) documents that were adopted by Council:
- Moreland Integrated Transport Strategy (MITS 2019) (PDF 25Mb)
- Moreland Integrated Transport Strategy (MITS 2019) Appendix (PDF 2Mb)
- Parking Implementation Plan (PDF 3Mb)
Moreland is proud to embrace a comprehensive and progressive approach to integrated water cycle management through Watermap 2020 (PDF 3Mb).
Have your say
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