AdaptNSW Annual Forum

The 2018 AdaptNSW Annual Forum brought together 200 delegates from government, industry, research, consultancies and community to showcase the latest in climate change adaptation research and implementation in NSW.

The program featured:

  • A keynote presentation by Dr Nick Watts, Executive Director of the Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change
  • Presentations by leading experts in climate change impacts science and adaptation planning and implementation
  • Case studies and interactive Q&A sessions
  • A panel discussion on ‘The Power of Innovative Adaptation’
  • An immersive virtual reality experience of infrastructure interdependencies using NARCliM climate data with the Cross Dependency Initiative (XDi).

Explore the wealth of knowledge shared at AdaptNSW by viewing the speaker presentations below, and help to build the collective resilience of NSW.


Presentations

You can also download all the presentations here (ZIP 31.2MB).

File Size
Adaptation Tools - Alice Harrison.pdf 3.7MB
Adaptation Tools - Dr Brent Jacobs.pdf 1.1MB
Adaptation Tools - Dr Hannah Bender.pdf 3.2MB
Collaboration - Dr Ian Turner.pdf 2.8MB
Collaboration - Dr Nola Hancock.pdf 2.2MB
Collaboration - Dr Rebecca Cunningham.pdf 1.8MB
Dr Nick Watts - Lancet Countdown - AdaptNSW - Public.pdf 4.7MB
Opening address - Suzanne Dunford.pdf 798KB
Panel 1 - Danielle Meggos.pdf 519.8KB
Panel 1 - Emily Yip.pdf 698KB
Panel 1 - Karl Mallon.pdf 950KB
Panel 1 - Matthew Riley.pdf 1.5MB
Panel 1 - Polly Mitchell.pdf 553KB
Panel 2 - Dr Gregory Summerell.pdf 1.6MB
Panel 2 - Professor David Schlosberg.pdf 139KB
Panel 2 - Stephen Summerhayes.pdf 646KB
Panel 3 - Ethel Karskens.pdf 163KB
Panel 3 - Karen Tindall.pdf 168KB
Panel 3 - Kate McKenzie.pdf 265KB
Panel 3 - Samantha Karmel.pdf 268KB
Resilient Communities - Dr Samantha Sharpe.pdf 2.9MB
Resilient Communities - Dr Thomas Mortlock.pdf 1.3MB
Resilient Communities - Professor Helen Berry.pdf 1.4MB

Agenda

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