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Council is commencing the journey to develop Our Coast Our Future, a long-term strategy to help manage and adapt to the coastal hazard impacts on our coastline and communities. Coastal hazards include erosion of our beaches, and short or long-term seawater inundation of low-lying areas along the coastline.
The aim of the program is to better understand current and future impacts of coastal hazards on the Gladstone Region coastline, and plan to manage, and where possible, reduce these impacts on our coast and communities. In doing so, we will enhance the resilience of our coastline over time.
The Our Coast Our Future strategy will be developed over the next six months. This allows time to:
The development of this strategy is a key action in achieving Gladstone Regional Council Strategic Plan Goal 2 – Healthy Environment, Healthy Community.
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If you are interested in our coast and its future, we would love you to join our community consultation. Your ideas and input are a valuable part of shaping our strategy.
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Gladstone Regional Council would like to acknowledge the Byellee, Gooreng Gooreng, Gurang and Taribelang Bunda people who are the traditional custodians of this land. Gladstone Regional Council would also like to pay respect to Elders both past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
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