In 2014 a walk was held in Moruya to highlight climate change. A small group of interested local community members who attended this walk, then formed a group to undertake projects to help achieve a zero carbon Eurobodalla. This group was named South Coast Health and Sustainability Alliance (SHASA) and was incorporated in February 2015. SHASA currently has an Executive of 7 members. Other community members attend the meetings to participate in projects across the Eurobodalla. All community members are welcomed resulting in a busy group of people attending monthly meetings (held via Zoom during COVID 19 restrictions) and implementing practical solutions to build community leadership, resilience, and capability to deal with our climate chaos and it’s many impacts including drought, flood, and bushfire.
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