Summary: National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan for Primary Industries - First edition

Media type: 
Fact sheets
National Adaptation Research Plans (NARP)
Author/s: 
Snow Barlow (Chair)
Peter Grace
Roger Stone
Mark Gibbs
Mark Howden
John Howieson
David Ugalde
Craig Miller
Richard Eckard
Stuart Rowland
Richard McKellar (NCCARF Secretariat)
Frank Stadler (NCCARF Secretariat)
Institution/s: 
University of Melbourne
Queensland University of Technology
University of Southern Queensland
Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
CSIRO
Murdoch University
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility
Industry and Investment, New South Wales
State: 
Queensland
Year: 
2011

This is a summary of the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan for Primary Industries, developed in 2010 to identify research required to provide decision makers within government, industry and communities with the information they need to effectively respond and adapt to the impacts of climate change on primary industries.

This NARP was updated in 2013 to reflect the contribution of new research to practitioner knowledge needs, as well as the evolving requirements of practitioners.

The Plan is concerned with climate adaptation research priorities for agricultural, forestry and freshwater aquaculture producers and industries, associated industries and organisations, rural communities, and governments. 

Please cite this publication as:
Barlow, S, Grace, P, Stone, R, Gibbs, M, Howden, M, Howieson, J, Ugalde, D, Miller, C, Eckard, R & Rowland, S 2011, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan for Primary Industries - Summary, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, 4pp.

Related publications

Update Report 2013: National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan for Primary Industries

Implementation Plan for Climate Change Adaptation Research: Primary Industries 2012

National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan for Primary Industries - First edition

View the full suite of Primary Industries NARP projects here.

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