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  1. Ross Povey Director Planning & Development oil risk strategy

  2. our cities “the city is an overwhelming input/output machine, a voracious beast guzzling in, defecating out….can civilization continue this way?” Charles Landry, renowned city thinker & author

  3. what others said “I commend council for taking a strategic lead role on this important issue.” Eric Lumsden PSM, Director General – Department of Planning Government of Western Australia

  4. what others said “the city of vincent commends the city of stirling for leading the way among western australian local governments in taking this issue on and recognising the urgency with which the risks posed by peak oil need to be addressed.” Carlie Eldridge – Director Planning Services, City of Vincent Neighbouring Local Government

  5. what others said “main roads wa would like to commend the city of stirling for its foresight and innovation in addressing this impending issue.” Murray Limb, Manager Environment, Main Roads WA Government of Western Australia - agency responsible for major roads

  6. what others said “the reduced consumption of fossil fuels and the promotion of sustainable transport alternatives for western australians have some key synergies with the RAC’s advocacy strategy.” Patrick Walker, Executive General Manager, RAC WA Peak Membership Group for Car Users

  7. city of stirling community of 205,000 joondalup rail line & mitchell freeway proposed light rail to mirrabooka stirling city centre

  8. transport risks • In Australia: • 75-90% of urban trips are by car • 30% trips under 3km • 50% trips under 5km

  9. oil risk strategy what it is how it was developed how it will be implemented questions

  10. what it is www.stirling.wa.gov.au

  11. what it is 1. reduce travel for people & goods 2. reduce/eliminate use of oil in transport 3. reduce fossil fuel derived electricity 4. inform & engage stakeholders 5. contingency plan to reduce oil risk

  12. what it is • contingency plan to reduce oil risk • maintaining services • reducing pain to community • meals on wheels • waste collection • rangers & security • social impacts

  13. how it was developed commenced 2008 internally driven sustainability working group peak oil working group challenges executive & leadership team professional review pb & cusp council adoption 2012

  14. how it was developed internally driven champion executive support cross functional team scenario workshops briefings with councillors professional review body of knowledge assist with implementation plan

  15. how it will be implemented implementation plan & guidelines oil risk strategy - part 3 strategic community plan 2013 - 2023 energy wise city, accessible & connected city

  16. how it will be implemented 4 year action plan identifies high priority city actions building on existing city initiatives advocacy actions community actions annual reporting on progress staff implementation group future bus lanes . beaufort street

  17. how it will be implemented annual reporting fuel - 0.5% reduction since 2009/10 corporate energy management plan focus on electricity consumption city of stirling - annual report 2011/12

  18. how it will be implemented implementation examples mirrabooka town centre improvements & future max light rail

  19. how it will be implemented implementation examples

  20. lessons learnt positives: organisational willingness to confront reality support for town planning changes support for travelsmart programs support for footpath program negatives: resistant pockets in the organisation don’t underestimate BAU culture and thinking the strategy - beginning of the journey

  21. Ross Povey ross.povey@stirling.wa.gov.au oil risk strategy thank you . questions