In 2022, AdaptNSW and the NESP Climate Adaptation Initiative partnered to deliver a unique, 2-day adaptation event in Sydney.
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The next round of the Climate Risk Ready accredited training in climate risk management, delivered by Western Sydney University, The College, will start on 13 October 2022. Enrollments close on 30 September.
The latest IPCC report assesses global progress in climate change mitigation and highlights the sources of global emissions to help countries and states, including NSW, to identify the best opportunities to reduce emissions.
The NSW Government has released the NSW Climate Change Adaptation Strategy that sets out an ambitious approach to climate change adaptation and provides a framework that will strengthen and expand action to adapt to climate change now and over the long term.
The fundamental design for the next generation of regional climate projections has now received a ‘seal of approval’ following successful completion of the international journal peer review process.
Human health issues, including mental health disorders, are arguably one of the lesser-known impacts of climate change.
With the latest contribution released by the IPCC, we more clearly understand the impacts and damages that have already been caused by climate change, and the impacts that are expected to occur in the future.
East Coast Lows (ECLs) are extreme storms that can cause significant flood and wind damage along the NSW coast. With climate change on the minds of many of us, it’s important for us to consider what role climate change has in driving these events.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released observed and projected impacts of climate change, the adaptation capabilities of communities and ecosystems and the vulnerabilities posed to humans and natural systems.