10.1 Energy and resource usage, and waste management are transformed to minimise emissions and maximise environmental, social and financial benefits:

  1. Emissions and air pollutants are minimised and residual greenhouse gas emissions managed to mitigate climate risk. 
  2. Renewable energy usage is maximised and underpins a transition to a clean energy future. 
  3. Consumption of energy and resources is minimised and managed to reduce costs, waste generation and environmental impacts. 
  4. New models and partnerships in waste management maximise resource recovery. 
  5. Innovative solutions and technologies are tested and adopted to achieve energy, waste and resource efficiencies and grow the economy.

10.2 Essential resources and systems are secure and resilient to change:

  1. Agricultural and food production areas are protected and effectively managed, enabling an adaptive and flexible local food supply. 
  2. Resources and services are sustainably produced and sourced locally to support self-sufficiency and containment. 
  3. Disruptions to energy, water and waste assets from climate risks are minimised. 
  4. Energy and resource security, including business continuity is provided through a diversity of centralised and decentralised systems.