This project is co-producing climate change adaptation pathways plans and action in natural resource management.

  • Project dates: 2017

Through co-productive action-research with the Goulburn-Broken and Corangamite CMAs (Catchment Management Authorities), this project is developing and applying practical guidance for climate change adaptation pathways planning and implementation in natural resource management (NRM). The work will initially focus on the Strathbogie Ranges in the GBCMA and the Ramsar listed Western District Lakes in CCMA. This work has been funded, in part, through RMIT’s Malcolm Moore Industry Impact Award (2016).

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Dr Karyn Bosomworth

Dr Karyn Bosomworth

Vice Chancellor’s Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

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Ms Helen Scott

Ms Helen Scott

Researcher

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