Climate Planning have completed over 150 climate change adaptation projects in Australia, the Pacific and South East Asia. Some of the projects completed in 2017 are presented below.
IN PROGRESS - Climate Planning is currently facilitating 10 local government workshops exploring opportunities for peer-to-peer learning. The project is based on Climate Planning’s Informed.City™ framework which was used to assess the adaptation governance of all of Victoria’s 79 local governments.
IN PROGRESS - Climate Planning was engaged by Tasmanian Climate Change Office (DPC OCC) and the Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT) to conduct an assessment the climate change adaptation governance for all 29 Tasmanian local governments. This also included a detailed assessment of adaptation governance for 17 councils.
IN PROGRESS - Climate Planning is working with the LGAQ to deliver the Q CRC project. This project is a three-year program working with Queensland local governments to strengthen internal council decision-making processes to respond to climate change. This includes a detailed assessment of climate change adaptation governance for 32 local governments in Queensland.
Climate Planning was engaged by Sunshine Coast Council to implement Phases 1 and 2 of their Coastal Hazards Adaptation Strategy. The project includes delivering a communication plan, stakeholder engagement plan, a project management plan, and a scoping coastal hazard study for Phases 3-8.
Climate Planning was engaged by Whitsunday Regional Council to implement their Coastal Hazards Adaptation Strategy. The team have completed Phase 2 which involved scoping coastal hazard issues for the area of interest.
Climate Planning was engaged by Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) to conduct an assessment the climate change adaptation governance for all 79 Victorian local governments.
Climate Planning were engaged by Sunshine Coast Regional Council to undertake a climate change governance assessment and coastal hazard information gap analysis.
Climate Planning was engaged by Whitsunday Regional Council to implement their Coastal Hazards Adaptation Strategy. The team have completed Phase 1 which involved planning for the project and initiating stakeholder engagement.
Climate Planning facilitated the climate change adaptation engagement process for the City of Hobart's coastal adaptation project. The project included a scoping review of risk and adaptation options and development of visualisations using the detailed assessment capabilities of the Informed.City™ framework.