Page 3 of 9 pages < 1 2 3 4 5 > Last ›National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan (NARP)
The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan (NARP) for Marine Biodiversity and Resources identifies research required across Australia to inform policy development to help managers of coastal ecosystems and the marine environment and associated industries and communities prepare for the consequences of climate change. The Plan provides a framework to guide research funding decisions and key directions for Australia’s marine research community and takes a sectoral approach to the identification of stakeholders and their priority information needs. The Plan is an important tool which focuses on aquaculture, commercial and recreational fisheries, conservation and tourism.
Student Research Support Grant
“The next generation of marine climate change adaptation researchers will be key to the effective development of innovative and effective ways to respond to and and/or anticipate the range of likely climate change trajectories, given international policy decisions and frameworks, and/or public and industry responses to future changes in carbon emissions.” - Convenor, Assoc Prof Neil Holbrook
or call 03 6226 2134.
View the 2010, 2011 & 2012 funded recipients.
Adaptation Research Projects
The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan (NARP) for Marine Biodiversity and Resources identifies research priorities in five sectoral areas: marine aquaculture, commercial and recreational fishing, conservation management, tourism and recreational uses, and cross cutting issues. The NARP, developed by NCCARF, is supporting 14 adaptation research projects currently underway which are responding to these priorities. These projects are funded through partnership between the DCCEEand the FRDC with the Network involved in the dissemination of project updates through the Marine Adaptation Bulletin, Information Sheets and Flyers.
Download a brief summary of the Adaptation Research Project’s progress as of June 2011.
Download the Adaption Research Project Flyers.
or call (03) 6226 2134.
Page 3 of 9 pages < 1 2 3 4 5 > Last ›