Climate Adaptation Plan for Queensland’s Biodiversity and Ecosystems

Biodiversity and ecosystems are highly sensitive to climate change.  This project identified ways that managers of natural systems in Queensland may be able to adapt plans, policies, on-ground interventions and research to minimise negative impacts of climate change for biodiversity. The work was conducted jointly with the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) for the Queensland Department of Environment & Science (DES). The project delivered a sector-led report that provides a road map for collaborative, strategic management for the adaptation of biodiversity and ecosystems to climate change.

Recent Projects

Opportunities in the carbon market for small-scale rainforest revegetation

Aboriginal Shire Councils managing climate change impacts

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

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