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10 Oct 2023

The NSW Climate Change Adaptation Strategy provides a framework that will strengthen and expand action to adapt to climate change now and over the long term.

Aerials overlooking Murrumbidgee River and rural Gundagai
Stories and Case Studies
14 Jun 2022

Farming for Change is helping farmers protect and improve the profitability of soil from droughts, bushfires, intense land use and loss of vegetation.

Dr Judi Earl demonstrating soil monitoring techniques
Stories and Case Studies
09 Jun 2022

Sydney’s migrant and refugee communities are building knowledge on steps they can take prepare for the impacts of climate change.

Metro assist social media tiles
Stories and Case Studies
16 Jul 2021

Find out how Sapphire Coast residents are overcoming the impacts of bushfire to help others prepare for and adapt to climate change and natural disasters.

A wharf and building next to the building. Everything in the image is glowing in bright orange due to bushfires near by
Stories and Case Studies
23 Jun 2022

Find out how the Dharriwaa Elders Group has been working to develop community-led solutions to climate issues faced in Walgett.

A group of people standing outside in a circle listening to an Elder
Stories and Case Studies
15 Jun 2022

Land Studio brings together urban and rural citizens to regenerate degraded land, create a more sustainable food system and adapt to climate change.

Participants create a pin weir to slow the flow of water across the land
12 Jul 2022

The latest IPCC report assesses global mitigation efforts to help jurisdictions, including NSW, identify the best opportunities to reduce emissions.

A tractor driving down a narrow road between rows of vineyards.
Stories and Case Studies
20 Jun 2022

After years of drought, Jerry Bailey Oval was filled with dead trees so local Lions Club volunteers decided to act, turning brown to green.

The planting process of Jerry Bailey Oval
Stories and Case Studies
05 Sep 2022

Brunswick Valley Landcare have developed a climate resilient landscapes guide to give the Northern Rivers tools to adapt to the impact of climate change.

Six volunteers with Climate Resilient Landscapes
Stories and Case Studies
22 Jun 2022

By reducing the potential for out-of-control fires, cultural burning can prevent danger to people, land, native wildlife and property.

A Fire Practitioner leading a group in a discussion on traditional burning techniques