This Week in NCCARF

  • Week starting
    Wednesday, January 2, 2013

    NCCARF wishes you a very happy festive season and we look forward to working with you in 2013. For some light reading over the summer, have a look at our publications page for the latest NCCARF research reports. You can see keynote presentations from the 2012 Adaptation in Action Conference, now available on the NCCARF Youtube channel

  • Week starting
    Monday, December 24, 2012

    NCCARF wishes you a very happy festive season and we look forward to working with you in 2013. For some light reading over the summer, have a look at our publications page for the latest NCCARF research reports. You can see keynote presentations from the 2012 Adaptation in Action Conference, now available on the NCCARF Youtube channel

  • Week starting
    Monday, December 17, 2012

    NCCARF wishes you a very happy festive season and we look forward to working with you in 2013. For some light reading over the summer, have a look at our publications page for the latest NCCARF research reports. You can see keynote presentations from the 2012 Adaptation in Action Conference, now available on the NCCARF Youtube channel

  • Week starting
    Monday, December 10, 2012

    This week, join Jean Palutikof (NCCARF), Andrew Ash (CSIRO), Paul Burton (Griffith University) and Mara Bun (Green Cross) as they share some personal views about the challenges and future of climate change adaptation at NCCARF's Christmas seminar at the State Library of Queensland on Wednesday 12th December. More information>>

  • Week starting
    Wednesday, December 5, 2012

    This week NCCARF opens registration for the 2012 NCCARF National Adaptation Conference. To be held June 26-28 in Melbourne, the conference will bring together Australia's leading researchers, practitioners and decision makers from a range of sectors to share the latest research information and practical experience on climate change adaptation in Australia. 

  • Week starting
    Monday, December 3, 2012

    This week in NCCARF, Mr Steven Ciobo MP will visit to learn more about NCCARF's work. Steven is the Federal MP for Moncrieff, the Division in which the NCCARF HQ is located at Griffith University.
    As part of the Adaptation Conversation, we will hold the next in our series of Policy Guidance Brief workshops in Melbourne on Local Government's Role in Adaptation. This will be preceded by a symposium on NCCARF's research, with presentations by Principal Investigators to workshop participants.

  • Week starting
    Monday, November 26, 2012

    This week, Kate Lonsdale will present a public seminar for NCCARF in Sydney, where she will talk about lessons learned about adaptation from UK CIP. More Information>>  Researchers and stakeholders from the Indigenous Communities research theme will meet in Melbourne.  Jean Palutikof will attend the IGBP Science Officers meeting in Canberra, in her role as IGBP Vice-Chair. NCCARF staff will be at the CCRSPI Conference in Melbourne. New research reports on food security, local government and recovery from cyclones are now available.

  • Week starting
    Monday, November 19, 2012

    This week, NCCARF meets with representatives from its partner institutions. Find out more about NCCARF's partners here>> Mr Steven Ciobo MP, Federal Member for Moncrieff will visit NCCARF to learn about our work over the last four years. Adaptation Conversations on Agriculture and Decision Making will take place in Adelaide and Canberra respectively. Learn more here>>

  • Week starting
    Monday, November 12, 2012

    This week, NCCARF meets with representatives from Australian state and territory governments through its Forum for NCCARF, States and Territories (FORNSAT). NCCARF is supporting the national Witness King Tide program, a photography project that helps us visualise the potential future impacts of sea level rise.

  • Week starting
    Monday, November 5, 2012

    This week, NCCARF's visiting research fellow, Dr Meg Parsons will present seminars in Alice Springs and Adelaide on climate change adaptation, Indigenous communities and concepts of social justice. Call for abstracts now open: Climate Adaptation 2013 - Knowledge + Partnerships, June 2013 Sydney. More information >>

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