Climate Adaptation 2018
Climate Adaptation 2018 – Learn, collaborate, act brought together more than 400 practitioners, decision-makers and researchers from across Australia to discuss about the most recent research findings, challenges, planning processes and on-ground actions around climate change adaptation.
limate Adaptation 2018 – Learn, collaborate, act brought together more than 400 practitioners, decision-makers and researchers from across Australia to discuss about the most recent research findings, challenges, planning processes and on-ground actions around climate change adaptation.
Co-hosted by NCCARF and Engineers Australia, the Conference took place in Melbourne from 7-9 May 2018. This is the sixth Conference in the adaptation series and in 2018 it incorporated Engineers Australia’s meeting “Practical responses to climate change”.
|2018 Climate Adaptation Conference program|
|2018 Climate Adaptation Conference abstracts|
|2018 Climate Adaptation Conference pocket program|
|2018 AdaptFest film festival – Program|
|2018 Early Career Professionals outcomes|
Conference papers are available to view via the following link
AdaptFest Film Festival
AdaptFest showcased a selection of videos that illustrate different aspects of climate change adaptation.
Wherefore art thou climate adaptation research ? A brief retrospective Mark Howden
Towards better understanding of the role of oceans and cryosphere in future climate change
Refreezing the Arctic: a case for geoengineering?
Adapting to climate change: Risks and opportunities for the Great Barrier Reef in the 21st century
Planetary health: Safeguarding health in the Anthropocene
Proactive climate risk adaptation: A legal obligation for corporations and their boards?
Understanding climate change risks and opportunities: Piloting recommendations of the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures
Pricing for climate risk
Natural hazards: An integral component of the Australian landscape
Working in conjunction with communities, government, agencies and business
Making the invisible visible: Decision-making, politics and the process of sustainable adaptation
Climate adaptation and resilience in Queensland’s far north: reflections of our first small steps on a long journey