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ACCARNSI partners with NSW OEH to deliver Climate Adaptation Research Hub (CARH) for Coastal Processes and Responses

  • In a country with more than 10,000 sandy beaches, and where more than 80 per cent of the population lives within 100 km of the ocean, coastal erosion poses a considerable threat to Australian prope

ACCARNSI Phase 2 Update

  • The Australian Climate Change Adaptation Research Network for Settlements and Infrastructure (ACCARNSI) continued to consolidate its position in 2014 with the negotiation of key funding as one of f

NCCARF Newsletter September 2011

  • NCCARF produces regular newsletter updates on all the news, events, funding opportunities and research underway within the facility and its networks. 

NCCARF Newsletter June 2011

  • NCCARF produces regular newsletter updates on all the news, events, funding opportunities and research underway within the facility and its networks. 

Climate Change Adaptation - a regional and rural perspective

  • Communities in regional and rural Australia often get forgotten in discussions about climate change, but farmers and local government authorites are at the frontline of climate change adaptation.

NCCARF Newsletter March 2011

  • NCCARF produces regular newsletter updates on all the news, events, funding opportunities and research underway within the facility and its networks. 

NCCARF Newsletter December 2010

  • NCCARF produces regular newsletter updates on all the news, events, funding opportunities and research underway within the facility and its networks. 

Australian Climate Change Adaptation Research Network for Settlements and Infrastructure 4th National Early Career Researchers’ Forum and Workshop

  • Over the 24th to 26th of November, 31 energetic Early Career Researchers from around Australia gathered for the 4th ACCARNSI ECR forum and workshop hosted by the University of South Australia, Adel

Learning to Adapt 2

  • On the 16th November EIANZ NSW along with ACCARNSI successfully hosted a professional development breakfast titled ‘Learning to adapt 2: Australia’s future services.’ This event focused on climate

NCCARF Newsletter October 2010

  • NCCARF produces regular newsletter updates on all the news, events, funding opportunities and research underway within the facility and its networks. 

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