Climate Adaptation and Biodiversity in Victoria.
The preservation of biodiversity values and enhancement of environmental resilience is of vital importance for the function of ecosystems, persistence of wildlife, public health, agriculture, urban amenity and visitor attraction. Changes to temperature, rainfall, storm and fire patterns associated with climate change are already putting species and ecosystems at risk.
Adapt Grampians together with the State Wide Integrated Flora and Fauna Teams (SWIFFT) held a forum on 22 June 2023 to explore work being done to respond and adapt to these pressures on biodiversity.
Click on the speaker links below to watch a recording of their presentation.
James Todd – Chief Biodiversity Officer, DEECA
Climate change, adaptation, and biodiversity
Adam Miller – Deakin University
Landscape genomics of Gariwerd flora communities
Chris Pitfield – Corangamite Catchment Management Authority
Adaptation Pathways – Planning for Climate Change
Adapt Grampians Forums
In May and June 2022 Adapt Grampians held a series of forums to explore climate change impacts and responses for biodiversity, extreme weather and agriculture in Grampians Region.
Watch the recordings below by clicking on the name of the speakers to view their presentations.
Extreme Weather Forum
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