Climate Change Adaptation Toolkit

The Climate Change Adaptation Toolkit is a comprehensive guide to planning for climate change adaptation in three steps.

The impacts of climate change are already being experienced, generating a new series of risks for organisations. Climate change is a complex problem that requires a new integrated and collaborative risk management approach.

The Climate Change Adaptation Toolkit has been developed by the NetBalance Foundation in partnership with the City of Greater Geelong and RMIT University’s Climate Change Adaptation program.

Report preparation

Author:  Samantha Eyre, Stephanie Niall, Fiona Silke, Suzi Young
Net Balance
Project Manager:  Suzi Young
Senior Associate
Net Balance
Project Director: Rod Marsh and Christophe Brulliard
Associate Directors
Net Balance
Key Contributors: Hartmut Funfgeld
Senior Research Fellow
Climate Change Adaptation Program, Global Cities Research Institute & School of Global Urban and Social Studies
RMIT University
Burke Renouf
Sustainability Coordinator
Community Development Department
Engineering Services Department
City of Greater Geelong
Status:  Final
October 2012

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