Feeling Hot Hot Hot! in the news…

The heat a hot topic - SA Power Networks, 22 February 2019

South Australia has moved into new territory - heatwaves are more intense, longer, and more spread out across city and metro areas.

Adelaide heatwave plan a hot ticket, says climate alliance - Cities Power Partnership, 11 February 2019

WITH EXTREME HEAT DAYS set to become a more common summer occurrence in Adelaide due to climate change, the city’s plan to combat heat has been praised by the Climate Council’s Cities Power Partnership.

Climate change threatens SA tourism, health and business: industry leaders - InDaily, 7 February 2019

Tourist numbers will drop, cases of malaria could emerge in hospitals and business productivity will plummet as a result of climate change, some of South Australia’s leading industry and health bodies have warned.

City of Adelaide Helping the Community Prepare for Heatwaves - City of Adelaide, 6 February 2019

Recent heatwaves in Adelaide have put rising temperatures front and centre in many people’s minds.

To help the community prepare for a changing climate, the City of Adelaide, on behalf of Resilient East, is hosting Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot at the Adelaide Town Hall on 6 February, where a panel of experts will work through a hypothetical extended heatwave and its impacts. Around 850 people are expected to attend.

FEELING HOT HOT HOT! - Barometer, Radio Adelaide, 3 February 2019

Barometer covers a range of issues that focus on climate change and the environment ranging from the local to the global.

Listen to Ken Long’s (Chairman, Adelaide Sustainability Building Network & Panel Member at Feeling Hot Hot Hot!) interview where he touches on the event and provides his expertise on sustainable building in Adelaide.