Our Climate Adaptation Initiative focuses on empowering those on the front lines of climate change to take action through informed decision-making. This means bringing together interdisciplinary researchers, specialists, and decision makers to inform tangible, real world decisions.
Partnering with AdaptNSW, the Climate Systems Hub delivered a 2 day Adaptation Forum in Sydney on 1-2 of November 2022. Day 1 focused on national best practice adaptation, you can see the presentations below. This included examples of best practice adaptation, advice on science to inform policy, examples of global adaptation initiatives with IPCC authors, and an opportunity to network with adaptation specialists from across the country. The program was designed to connect researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, to share ideas and address the challenges of adapting to climate change.
Day 2 focused on the work of AdaptNSW, you can access the presentations here.
A selection of our Day 1 presentations can be found here:
Day 1: Morning Sessions
Breakout Session: What are we adapting to?
Breakout Session: Adapting on the Coast
Breakout Session: Adapting to conservation
Breakout Session: Healthy living in a hot world
Breakout Session: Partnership for Adaptation
Breakout Session: Nature-based solutions for adaptation
Breakout Session: Adapting on Country
Breakout Session: What’s our message?