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Forward-thinking initiatives working towards zero-net emissions, reduced waste, new parks, cooler households and more will protect and enhance our precious natural environment and keep the Sunshine Coast an incredible place to live.

A resident enjoying time in the garden with a basket of harvested home produce.
Changes that will steer Sunshine Coast’s environment, liveability

Strengthening our response to climate change, an increased focus on our waste management and resource recovery, and recognition of our dark skies are among new inclusions for the Sunshine Coast’s blueprint setting the future for our environment and liveability.

Queensland Environment Minister Leanne Linard and Sunshine Coast Mayor Mark Jamieson address media at the new recycling facility.
Recycling revolution: $40m facility helps get us sorted

A revolutionary new $40.5 million material recycling facility (MRF) is close to completion on the Sunshine Coast, with the new facility set to be operational by the end of the year.

What do bum-breathing turtles, conservation dogs and giant rat’s tail grasses have in common? It’s all on the schedule as Sunshine Coast Council hosts the Invasive Plants and Animals Workshop event at Obi Obi Hall on September 2 to arm residents with the knowledge to fight invasives on their property.

Our SC - Local Sunshine Coast Council and Community News

Sunshine Coast Council acknowledges the Sunshine Coast Country, home of the Kabi Kabi peoples and the Jinibara peoples, the Traditional Custodians, whose lands and waters we all now share. We wish to pay respect to their Elders – past, present and emerging, and acknowledge the important role First Nations people continue to play within the Sunshine Coast community.

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