The Northern Alliance for Greenhouse Action
About Northern Alliance for Greenhouse Action
Northern Alliance for Greenhouse Action (NAGA) formed in 2002 as a network that shares information, coordinates emission reduction and adaptation activities, and cooperates on the research and development of innovative projects.
NAGA's goal is to substantially contribute to the transition to a low-carbon future by delivering effective programs and leveraging local government, community and business action.
NAGA's members are the local councils of Banyule, Darebin, Hume, Manningham, Melbourne, Moreland, Whittlesea, Yarra, Nillumbik Shire Council and the Australian Energy Foundation (previously the Moreland Energy Foundation or MEFL).
NAGA and its members have demonstrated significant climate change action innovation at the local government and regional level. NAGA also establishes partnerships and linkages with state and federal government agencies and departments, local government and industry associations, research institutions, community groups and consultants, to facilitate climate change action in the northern metropolitan region. View NAGA's Stategic Plan for more information.
Climate change action projects
Council projects through Northern Alliance for Greenhouse Action include:
- Solar Scale Up project
- Intergrated Regional Vulnerability Assessment
- Investigating Rates Mechanisms project
To contribute to the creation of a low-carbon society resilient to the impacts of climate change in the NAGA region.
NAGA's work is guided by our Strategic Plan 2015-20.
This sets out five key strategic directions:
climate change mitigation
- adaptation to climate change impacts
- networking to build capacity for NAGA members
- governance and organisational health
For more information visit the NAGA website.