Reef Catchments updates this website with regionally specific information as it is developed. Other useful reference information is available at:
- Values of Coastal Ecosystems in a changing climate
- Adapting to a changing climate
- NRM Planning for Climate Change
- Climate – grazing fact sheet
- Emissions Reduction Fund – Opportunities for land managers + EOI
- Nature Refuges and Climate
Presentations from the Climate Risk in the Coastal Zone Forum
- Coastal & Inland Flood Hazards in Mackay Region
Robyn Birkett – Waterways & Open Space, Strategic Planning
- Coastal Processes, Hazards & Adaptation
Dr Darrell Strauss – Griffith Centre for Coastal Management
- Benefits of early action to manage climate risks in the coastal zone
Dr Neil Lazarow – Senior Research Scientist
- Ecosystem services from coastal wetlands
Professor Catherine Lovelock
Insurance Industry presentations
- Key messages extracted from the Synthesis of Climate Change Issues and Impacts in the Wet Tropics NRM Cluster region
- State of the Climate 2014
- Climate change impacts in Queensland’s regions (regional summaries)
- Recommendations from the 2014 Theo Murphy High Flyers Think Tank: Climate change challenges to health: Risks and opportunities
Australian Academy of Science 2015
- Learn more about climate change and explore Australia’s future climate.
- To explore Australia’s future information that has been produced as part of the National NRM Planning for Climate Change and adaption research can be found on Terra Nova – the Australian Climate Change Adaption information hub.
- The science of climate change: Questions and Answers (Australian Academy of Science)
Seasonal Climate Outlooks
Information on naturally occurring phenomena that influence Australia’s climate Australia’s Climate Influences
International Centre for Applied Climate Sciences including access to Professor Roger Stone’s climate outlook and review update.
European Centre for medium-range weather forecasts.
Influencers of climate drivers in Victoria. Developed for Victorian farmers; however these drivers also influence Queensland’s weather Climate Dogs