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Revised NARPs open for comments until 1 November.

This week, the Natural Ecosystems Network opens the review of updates to three National Adaptation Research Plans (NARPs).

NARPs

National Adaptation Research Plans (NARPs) were developed by NCCARF to identify the 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 in Australia. 

The Natural Ecosystems Network has recently revised three National Adaptation Research Plans: freshwater, marine and terrestrial biodiversity.

We would greatly appreciate your feedback and comments to the revised NARPs. Please follow the links below. Comments on the drafts should be received by 1 November 2016.  



Please do not hesitate to direct any questions to the Natural Ecosystems Network Coordinator, Nadiah Roslan on nadiah.roslan@jcu.edu.au or any of the the Revision Writing Team leaders below:

 

Thank you for your time and we look forward to receiving your feedback.  

Contacts

Network Convenor:

Professor Stephen Williams

Centre for Tropical Biodiversity & Climate Change

James Cook University 

 

Network Coordinator:

Nadiah Roslan

Centre for Tropical Biodiversity & Climate Change

James Cook University

Workshop awards

Individuals wishing to seek support for workshops or events focused on climate change adaptation and Australian biodiversity can submit proposals using this form. Please note that events must take place before 14 May 2017. 

Events

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Resources

Information to help support decision makers prepare for and manage the risks of climate change on our natural ecosystems, including NARPs, Tools, and NCCARF Library here.

About NCCARF

NCCARF

About NCCARF: The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) is an initiative of the Australian Federal Government that works to support decision makers throughout Australia as they prepare for and manage the risks of climate change and sea-level rise. NCCARF is based at Griffith University and is in its second phase of development. NCCARF has established new adaptation networks under a three year program (2014-17) to continue their national focus across Australia to build resilience to climate change in government, NGOs and the private sector.

To view the project plan visit the NCCARF Homepage here

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