Projects Completed in 2015
Climate Planning wrote a large developer’s submission to the Queensland government about the details of coastal hazard lines, which included a review of socio-economic indicators and coastal hazards.
Climate Planning explored climate change adaptation and supply chain management in Vietnam through a case study approach of three large organisations (including two large multi-nationals companies). Out team provided advice on the interplay between supply chain management and climate change adaptation for small-medium enterprises (SMEs).
Climate Planning provided strategic advice and co-authored a review of insurance and alternate risk transfer in Vietnam. In particular the project examined the barriers and enablers to insurance and alternate risk transfer for SMEs in Vietnam. The project involved face-to-face interviews, desktop analysis and surveys.
Climate Planning provided strategic advice and project analytics for a study that explores the political economy of public-private engagement in Long An, Vietnam (focusing particularly on industrial zones). The project included research and surveys of over 240 corporations in the Mekong River Delta, Long An.
Climate Planning assessed the adaptation governance elements associated with NRM planning in Tasmania. The project was used to help guide NRM decision-making and strategic direction for climate change adaptation. This project was based on Climate Planning’s Informed.City™ framework for local government and expanded the methodology into the natural resource management milieu.
Climate Planning was engaged by LGAQ to assess the adaptation governance of five Queensland local governments who are members of the Climate Change Adaptation Taskforce (C-CAT). The project provided local governments with a baseline assessment of their climate change adaptation governance and directions for mainstreaming adaptation into their organisation.