One Planet Living
One Planet Living is a vision for a sustainable world where people lead healthy, happy lives within their fair share of the earth's resources.
Created and overseen by not-for-profit organisation Bioregional, it is based on ten principles of sustainability that provide a holistic framework to plan, deliver and communicate sustainability for organisations, cities and developments.
One Planet Living Principles
One Planet Fremantle
The Fremantle One Planet Strategy 2014/15 – 2019/2020 provides a lens through which to view the work of the City and understand how it is tracking to become more sustainable.It is based on pursuit of a series of targets for eacg of the One Planet principles. Information on the current targets and approaches taken for each of the principle areas can be found below:
- Culture and community
- Equity and local economy
- Health and happiness
- Land and nature
- Local and sustainable food
- Materials and products
- Travel and transport
- Sustainable water
- Zero carbon energy
- Zero waste
The Fremantle One Planet Strategy achieved national One Planet certification in 2014 and international certification in 2015. The City of Fremantle is recognised by Bioregional as a global leader in sustainability.
Each year, the City reports to Bioregional on progress towards meeting its targets for each of the One Planet Living principle areas. The report outlines our progress towards corporate and community targets for each principle area, detailing key projects and actions undertaken each year. The report undergoes a peer review process whereby Bioregional assess the City’s progress and suggest focus areas for the coming year.
A revised and updated strategy is planned for 2020.
One Planet Living - annual reports
- One Planet Fremantle Annual Report 2019
- One Planet Fremantle Annual Report 2018
- One Planet Fremantle Annual Report 2017
- One Planet Fremantle Annual Report 2016
- One Planet Fremantle Annual Report 2015
Climate Change Adaption Plan
The City has prepared an Adaption Plan which reflects our commitment to addressing the impacts of climate change in a holistic and coordinated manner. The plan was introduced in 2015 and updated in 2019-20 with additional action items.
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