Queensland adaptation plan for biodiversity and ecosystems to be developed

The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) and Cath Moran have been engaged by the State to develop a Climate Adaptation Plan (B&E CAP) for Biodiversity and Ecosystems.

Participation is sought from managers of Queensland's biodiversity and ecosystems, researchers in the field of climate change adaptation in natural systems, to the development of a state-wide adaptation plan for Queensland's biodiversity and ecosystems.

Three regional workshops as follows:

Longreach 12th June - Register to attend here

Brisbane 13th June - Register to attend here

The workshops will provide a forum for:

  • discussing challenges in biodiversity and ecosystem adaptation

  • documenting current approaches

  • developing guiding principles for adapting management and research

  • identifying priority needs for future work

Those unable to can provide feedback on a Discussion Paper and on-line survey at:


To received reminders and notification of further consultation, please email Sarah Boulter at: s.boulter@griffith.edu.au

The B&E CAP will sit under the Queensland Climate Adaptation Strategy (Q-CAS) 2017-2030

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