A plan to tackle climate change will come before Moyne Shire councillors again on Tuesday after they last month reluctantly deferred making a decision on what action to take.
In October, councillors followed the lead of other councils by declaring a climate emergency in a narrow vote.
In January, an officers' report outlined 12 actions the council could enact to help lower emissions across the shire, but six councillors voted to defer a decision because they wanted more things added to the list.
Officers had recommended a $100,000 bid for next financial year's budget to trial solar-powered lights on toilets and barbecue shelters, to replace street lighting with LED lights, and retain a carbon offset program.
They had also suggested increasing the council's environment grants by $100,000 from July and allow them to contribute to renewable energy improvements.
But Cr Jill Parker, who had moved to defer a decision, had said she wanted things like introducing electric vehicles and charging points, and increasing the council's carbon offset program added to the list.
Under the new plan to go before the council on Tuesday, those things have been added, as well as looking into water-saving devices at caravan parks and public toilets.
The report also calls for an audit of energy use across the shire and to identify consumption reduction targets.
A new staff position, to be funded by Mortlake South Windfarm company Acciona, will help implement some of the actions.
Tuesday's meeting will be held at Port Fairy Community Services Centre from 4pm.
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