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The City of Tea Tree Gully recognises the environment as a key indicator to a communities health and wellbeing. We are commited to a number of programs and initiatives to support our local enviornment.

Expand the list below to find out more about our climate adaptation initiatives.

Resilient East

Resilient East is an initiative between the Campbelltown City Council, the cities of Adelaide, Burnside, Norwood Payneham & St Peters, Prospect, Tea Tree Gully, Unley and the Town of Walkerville.

The goal of Resilient East is to improve the resilience of our communities, assets and infrastructure, local economies and natural environment so they can cope with the inevitable impacts and challenges of climate change

Heat mapping study

With future climate change scenarios indicating more heatwaves and days over 35°C, the City of Tea Tree Gully, along with other Resilient East, West and Southern councils, have mapped the City’s hot spots using thermal sensing cameras. 

Access the Urban Heat Mapping Viewer to view the data of the Adelaide metro area.

For future climate predictions of northern Adealide, see Adapting Northern Adelaide.

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