Living Green to 2020 Refresh

What is Living Green?
Living Green is an environmental plan that describes how Council will approach environmental issues, in partnership with our community to 2020. The City of Charles Sturt developed Living Green in 2013/14 based on community, staff and stakeholder input.

Our Living Green Refresh

Council staff have recently reviewed Living Green and have created an updated plan called ‘Living Green to 2020 Refresh’. Most of the original Living Green document is still current and has been retained, with the Living Green Refresh reflecting progress and changes that have occurred since the original plan was developed.

Some of the things that have been achieved since Living Green was developed include starting to change over our street lights to more efficient LEDs and mapping our tree canopy cover to understand how we can increase greening and cooling in the area.

For more information you can view:

Share your thoughts and ideas

As everyone is an important part of protecting the environment and can help to bring about the benefits of this plan, we invite your feedback on our Draft Living Green to 2020 Refresh. You can:

Surveys can be emailed or posted to:

  • Nelly Belperio, Environmental Officer, Waste and Sustainability, PO Box 1, Woodville, SA, 5011, nbelperio@charlessturt.sa.gov.au

Consultation closed on Friday 24 August 2018.

What is Living Green?
Living Green is an environmental plan that describes how Council will approach environmental issues, in partnership with our community to 2020. The City of Charles Sturt developed Living Green in 2013/14 based on community, staff and stakeholder input.

Our Living Green Refresh

Council staff have recently reviewed Living Green and have created an updated plan called ‘Living Green to 2020 Refresh’. Most of the original Living Green document is still current and has been retained, with the Living Green Refresh reflecting progress and changes that have occurred since the original plan was developed.

Some of the things that have been achieved since Living Green was developed include starting to change over our street lights to more efficient LEDs and mapping our tree canopy cover to understand how we can increase greening and cooling in the area.

For more information you can view:

Share your thoughts and ideas

As everyone is an important part of protecting the environment and can help to bring about the benefits of this plan, we invite your feedback on our Draft Living Green to 2020 Refresh. You can:

Surveys can be emailed or posted to:

  • Nelly Belperio, Environmental Officer, Waste and Sustainability, PO Box 1, Woodville, SA, 5011, nbelperio@charlessturt.sa.gov.au

Consultation closed on Friday 24 August 2018.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Living Green Survey

    We invite you to provide your feedback on our Draft Living Green to 2020 Refresh.

    Community feedback will help us shape our Plan.

    We invite you to provide your feedback on our Draft Living Green to 2020 Refresh.

    Community feedback will help us shape our Plan.

    Take Survey