16 October 2021

Greening Adelaide Forum


Have you heard of the new environmental organisation Green Adelaide?  

Come along to find out more, share your ideas and shape our community with the Minister for Environment and Water, the Chair of Green Adelaide, and me.

Last year the State Government established Green Adelaide, giving a clear mandate to boldly transform our capital city’s environment. To that end Green Adelaide has set out to create a greener, wilder, cooler, more climate-resilient city.  

Green Adelaide has a range of important responsibilities including caring for our coastline; bringing to life our urban rivers and wetlands; partnering with councils to green our streets and parks; increasing the presence of native wildlife in the city; and driving a more compressive approach to water and biodiversity sensitive urban design.  

The work of Green Adelaide is exciting, innovative and has the potential to be world leading. Its success will secure Adelaide as one of the most liveable cities in the world and fulfil our goal to become the world’s second National Park City. 

Everyone needs to be involved in the vision and implementation of what Green Adelaide is all about. Whether it’s in our backyards, on our balconies, on the nature strip in front of our homes, or in a nearby park, greening Adelaide can be a fulfilling and fun experience.  

So we hope you make it to my Greening Adelaide Forum.

Greening Adelaide Forum:
Tuesday 19 October
6 - 7.30pm
Clarence Gardens Bowling Club, Winona Avenue, Clarence Gardens.  

We’d love to see you there. 

Please RSVP via elder@parliament.sa.gov.au or by calling 8374 1939. 

Yours sincerely, 

Carolyn Power MP - Member for Elder

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