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The Banyule Environment and Climate Action Advisory Committee (BECAAC, formally BEAC) provides us on-going input and advice from community members who are concerned about the effects of climate change and are committed to sustaining and enhancing a connected, healthy and resilient environment.
Read the full committee terms of reference(PDF, 264KB).
The committee's primary aim is to connect us with our community. BECAAC members are represent our diversity and are appointed to work constructively with us on environmental and climate action strategies.
The committee consists of:
Representation on the committee will reflect the:
Our staff are not considered members of the committee, but a specific officer is assigned to the committee to provide executive support and will be the key contact for all members.
Committee positions are voluntary and may be held for a 2-year term. Representation will be sought from a recruitment process specified in the terms of reference.
For more information, contact Ellie Hall at email@example.com