Projects Completed in 2013-2014
Climate Planning was engaged by Kingborough Council to deliver Council’s Community Resilience project which focussed on identifying solutions and promoting community resilience against natural hazards and climate-related risks.
Climate Planning was engaged by Kingborough Council to deliver a Climate Change Adaptation Implementation Plan. It identified the relevant triggers for adaptation action and utilised recent council/ community studies in Kingborough to establish a system to benchmark and track climate change adaptation progress and scope out Triggers for Change.
Climate Planning helped design and deliver the DLA Piper/ UNESCO project titled 'Climate Change and the Law'. Climate Planning worked in Fiji and Samoa to help raise the capacity of lawyers in the Pacific Region to implement climate change policy.
Climate Planning was engaged by the Tasmanian Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) to create seven case studies on private sector risks and opportunities in Tasmania. The project involved desktop analysis and face-to-face interviews for a range of sectors (e.g. tourism, fruit growers, viticulture, dairy, energy and aquaculture).
Climate Planning was a consultant to NCCARF for stakeholder engagement from April 2010 to June 2013. This involved working with the private sector, Australian local governments and local government associations identifying council research needs for implementation of climate change adaptation.
Climate Planning has worked in partnership with Future Ready Pty Ltd and DLA Piper on the Climate Change in the Boardroom project. The study engages the private sector through discrete boardroom lunches in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne and aims to explore appropriate pathways for engaging businesses to discuss climate change risks and adaptation.
Climate Planning was engaged by Cindual Pty Ltd to assist in adaptation planning and climate modelling on the applicability of the 20th Century Reanalysis Project (20CRP) for Australian agriculture.