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CLIMATE CHANGE WORKSHOP:

NOOSA'S citizens are being invited to initiate a strategy aimed at preparing the region for the impacts of climate change during a free, open workshop organised by the Noosa Biosphere, Noosa Residents and Ratepayers Association and SEQ Catchments.

Participants will be asked to share, discuss and prioritise climate change adaptation strategies with a view to developing an action plan for the region.

The event will be held at the Sheraton Noosa Resort and Spa on November 17.

It will be a chance for local residents and businesses to drive a community process that will identify the potential local impacts to society and the environment and find ways to collectively address them.

Guest speakers will address participants including University of the Sunshine Coast climate change science and policy lecturer Kate English and Stephen Ferrigno, the General Manager of Sheraton Noosa Spa and Resort.

UDIA SUNSHIINE COAST AGM:

PROPERTY guru Michael Matusik is the guest speaker at the UDIA AGM.

He is the director of Matusik Property Insights and one of Queensland's leading research consultancies in the residential property sector.

Michael will present his annual property forecast to branch members and guests.

Mark van Wyk will present his president's report followed by the election of the 2011 executive committee.

It is being held at the Maroochy Surf Club on November 18, 7.30am Co 9am.

Registrations close November 11. To book phone 5493 9091 or email sunshinecoast@udiaqld. …

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