Integrated Regional Vulnerability Assessment: North Coast of New South Wales: Volume 1: Assessment report

This report outlines the outcomes of the Integrated Regional Vulnerability Assessment (IRVA) process undertaken in the North Coast region of NSW. It describes the key areas of vulnerability to climate change identified by regional participants.

Date
1 April 2016
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Report
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-76039-220-8
  • ID OEH20150876
  • File PDF 1.3MB
  • Pages 40
  • Name integrated-regional-vulnerability assessment-north-coast-nsw-volume-1-150876.pdf

The North Coast IRVA builds on the IRVAs of the South East, Riverina Murray and Metropolitan Sydney, and furthers the framework from which other regions can begin the vital work required to prepare NSW for the impacts of climate change.

This process has highlighted the depth and breadth of regional knowledge held by local officers, decisionmakers and community leaders. The IRVA process provides a system for accessing that wealth of information, and capturing it in a way that provides a basis for effective and collaborative regional planning for a changing climate.

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