Aboriginal Shire Councils managing climate change impacts

The Wujal Wujal and Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire Councils (ASCs) sought more information about projected changes in temperature, rainfall, sea levels and extreme weather for their Shires, together with high level assessment of impacts. Working with the ASCs, National Climate Adaptation Research Facility and Far North Queensland Regional Organisation of Councils, we developed better understanding of potential climate change impacts on factors such as people’s health and well-being, homes, land and sea Country, access to food and medicine, road access, security of town water supply, cultural keeping places and so on.  The project delivered a short filmproduced by Mulong.

Recent Projects

Opportunities in the carbon market for small-scale rainforest revegetation

Consequences of climate change for management of land and sea Country by Indigenous Rangers

Biodiverse rainforest revegetation in wet tropical Australia

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