• Week starting
    Monday, April 15, 2013

    This week, NCCARF will host the Adaptation policy for the conservation and management of nationally and internationally important wetlands workshop in Melbourne. We release final reports on urban food security, catchment management and coastal urban climate futures.  

    An NCCARF project in the Indigenous Communities theme has produced the video Nhawul Bultjubul Ma (To see with both eyes) looking at climate change through the eyes of Indigenous peoples in Australia and overseas. 

    On Friday, NCCARF closes nominations for 2013 Climate Adaptation Champions. Please hurry to nominate the people/organisations you know to be working effectively in adaptation to climate variability and change. Note: if you submitted a nomination on or before 4th April, please contact Cameron Moor at c.moor@griffith.edu.au; or 0429 090 926. Your submission may not have reached NCCARF.

  • Week starting
    Monday, April 8, 2013
    This week in NCCARF, the Adaptation Conversation continues in Adelaide to develop the Heat-stress planning and health policy guidance brief with a team of adaptation practitioners and researchers.

    2013 NCCARF Adaptation Champions nominations extended to 19 April 2013: Warning- if you submitted a nomination on or before 4th April, please contact Cameron Moor at c.moor@griffith.edu.au; or 0429 090 926. Your submission may not have reached NCCARF.
  • Week starting
    Tuesday, April 2, 2013

    The call is out for the NCCARF 2013 Climate Adaptation Champions to highlight those taking steps to adapt to climate variability and change. Nominations deadline extended: 19th April 2013.

    Adaptation Champions nominations: Warning- if you submitted a nomination on or before 4th April, please contact Cameron Moor at c.moor@griffith.edu.au; or 0429 090 926. Your submission may not have reached NCCARF.

    Check out the NCCARF 2013 Conference photo competition for a chance to win complimentary registration to Climate Adaptation 2013.

  • Week starting
    Monday, March 25, 2013

    The call is out for the NCCARF 2013 Climate Adaptation Champions to highlight those taking steps to adapt to climate variability and change. Nominations close 12 April 2013. 

    Almost 400 abstracts were received for the Climate Adaptation 2013 conference and the reports back from the abstract review committee are that the standard this year is exceptional. Presentation offers are being sent out to successful presenters this week for acceptance. 

    Check out the NCCARF 2013 Conference photo competition for a chance to win complimentary registration to Climate Adaptation 2013.

  • Week starting
    Monday, March 18, 2013

    We present the new NCCARF Business Portal, providing climate change adaptation information for the private sector. Join us in Brisbane on Thursday, for a forum on Flooding in Australia to hear key findings from NCCARF funded research on building design, community resilience, lessons from the insurance industry and planning and building in flood prone areas. Register now.

  • Week starting
    Monday, March 11, 2013

    This week, Deputy Director David Rissik will facilitate a discussion at the South Australian Climate Change Adaptation Showcase in Adelaide. Supported by NCCARF, the showcase focusses on adaptation research in and about South Australia, and includes a full day of presentations, posters and networking. On Friday, NCCARF launches a new report at Botany Bay: Enhancing the Resilience of Seaports to a Changing Climate, authored by Darryn McEvoy from RMIT University.

  • Week starting
    Monday, March 4, 2013

    This week NCCARF hosts a meeting of Adaptation Research Networks, representing almost 5000 members, and the Forum for NCCARF Interaction with States and Territories (FORNSAT), representing all States and Territories.This is a national meeting to exchange information about climate change adaptation research and activities in all sectors.

  • Week starting
    Monday, February 25, 2013

    We launch NCCARF's first tranche of Policy Guidance Briefs in Canberra on Tuesday, featuring presentations by two leading thinkers in climate change. The call is now open for the 2013 NCCARF Adaptation Champions, to highlight the actions of people in communities, business and government who are leading the way in climate change adaptation. Who will you nominate?

  • Week starting
    Monday, February 18, 2013

    Due to numerous requests for extensions during this busy time of the year, we have extended abstract submission for the National Climate Adaptation 2013 conference for a further week. Abstracts will now close Friday, 22 February. As well as more traditional academic research, we are hoping to attract abstracts from on-ground practitioners, decision-makers and communities that can share their experiences or case studies relating to climate adaptation.

    Register now for the launch of NCCARF's first tranche of Policy Guidance Briefs in Canberra on 26 February. The event will feature presentations by two leading thinkers in climate change.

  • Week starting
    Monday, February 11, 2013

    This week in NCCARF, abstracts for the National Climate Adaptation Conference close. We encourage you to submit an abstract on your adaptation work or experience by Friday, 15 February 2013.

    The Adaptation Conversation continues with a workshop exploring issues, activities and planning around adaptation and Indigenous communities. Based on knowledge gathered from similar workshops, NCCARF has developed the first suite of policy guidance briefs to address the needs of decision-makers at all levels of government and the private sector. Register now for February 26th launch in Canberra.

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