Building people's capacity to understand, manage and make change is the most practical action we can take to prepare for uncertain futures. 

 

What’s on at the ARC - April 2020

As our global and local communities face the challenges of Covid-19 and other disasters, it is crucial that we build our capacity to both respond to and drive change. The Australian Resilience Centre continues to work with people and agencies making positive change across a range of sectors, including:

  • Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority, on community resilience training

  • Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning on coastal climate change adaptation planning

  • Melbourne Water, on transformation strategies and approaches 

  • Goulburn Murray Region, on building resilience to cope with climate and industry shifts

  • Goulburn Murray Water, on the future of critical irrigation infrastructure

  • Community Resilience Leaders pilot programs in Central NSW, to build stronger, more connected communities

  • World Wildlife Fund Africa, on implementing the Wayfinder approach to poverty, poaching and illegal wildlife trade in Kruger National Park

  • DEW SA on deep learning strategies

  • RMIT on climate adaptation planning with regions and sectors

  • Stockholm Resilience Centre on Wayfinder training in Bangladesh and Southern Africa.

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