• Week starting
    Monday, June 8, 2015

    Jean Palutikof is a plenary speaker at the International Student Energy Summit in Bali. Please visit the open calls page - we have calls open for Development Partners for the Coastal Tool until 26th June, and for case studies until early September.

  • Week starting
    Monday, June 1, 2015

    We are opening two calls for people and organisations to join us in the first steps of production of the Coastal Climate Risk Management Tool. The first is for case studies of adaptation action, to illustrate examples of good practice, and even where barriers were encountered or there were unintended consequences. The second is for Tool Development Partners - potential end-user organisations that will partner with NCCARF over the next 12 months in the development of the Tool. Please visit the links - we look forward to hearing from you.

  • Week starting
    Monday, May 25, 2015

    We will attend meetings of the Investors’ Group on Climate Change in Sydney and the TERN Australian Transect Network in Adelaide, to present and discuss current thinking on the NCCARF Coastal Tool. Two new reports are now available from the NCCARF website, both developed as foundation for NCCARF’s Coastal Tool. The State of Play Report describes recent literature and developments on coastal adaptation in Australia. The Research Scoping Report begins the process of identifying knowledge gaps that could be usefully filled by short research projects.

  • Week starting
    Monday, May 18, 2015

    We are consulting with our advisory groups of technical experts and end users around Phase 2 activities, especially the development of the Coastal Decision Support Tool for decision-makers in the coastal zone. You can now read the report Coastal Climate Risk Management Tool: Analysis of End User Needs on the NCCARF website - this has recently been approved by the Department of the Environment. The report sets out the results of the extensive stakeholder consultation undertaken by NCCARF between November 2014 and May 2015.

  • Week starting
    Monday, May 11, 2015

    Three staff members are travelling to Europe to attend the second European Climate Change Adaptation conference in Copenhagen, where they will make presentations about NCCARF's work. Anne Leitch, NCCARF's communication person, will attend a workshop in Melbourne on the Planning Institute of Australia's Resilience Education Implementation Plan.

  • Week starting
    Monday, May 4, 2015

    We continue planning for the NCCARF Climate Risk Management Tool for coastal managers. We will be talking to representatives of Geoscience Australia about data on impacts of sea level rise, especially the potential for coastal inundation, and how they might be included in the Tool.

  • Week starting
    Monday, April 27, 2015

    Jean Palutikof will attend the 30th Science Committee meeting of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme in Vienna.

  • Week starting
    Monday, April 20, 2015

    We will hold a Stakeholder Engagement Workshop in Brisbane to gather the views of South East Queensland stakeholders on plans for the NCCARF Coastal Climate Change Risk Management Tool. We will also be meeting with colleagues from the NESP Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub to contribute to planning around their research priorities for the next three years.

  • Week starting
    Monday, April 13, 2015

    We will participate in a Forum for Eyre Peninsula Community and Industry Leaders organised by the Eyre Peninsula Local Government Association and NRM Board. This Forum takes place in Port Lincoln on 15th April and is a further opportunity for NCCARF to extend its stakeholder consultation activities.

  • Week starting
    Monday, April 6, 2015

    We are releasing the report for the Kick-Off Meeting for Phase 2, held in Melbourne in November 2014. This meeting brought together more than 60 participants from around Australia to discuss developments in coastal adaptation, and NCCARF’s plans for Phase 2. The report contains presentations from keynote speakers, and summaries of group discussion.

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