Our research is underpinned by rigorous scientific evidence, gathered and assessed with the best available tools.
Science, Economics and Insights Division strategic priorities are:
- Support adaptation to natural hazards and climate change.
- Drive the repair and restoration of NSW’s natural capital.
- Provide environmental foresight.
Key research capabilities
These research capabilities identified in our Strategic Plan 2023–26 guide our research efforts:
- biodiversity and landscapes
- emissions and climate change
- environmental health
- water, wetlands and coasts
- natural capital and economics
- community and culture.
Our research partnerships align with our priority research areas. By working with partners we:
- fill gaps in our knowledge
- build our knowledge base
- broaden our skills and perspectives
- share training and information
- combine our strengths and expertise to solve complex problems
- deliver high quality, relevant research outcomes
- inform and build a resilient future for NSW.
We have a strong history of collaboration with government colleagues and agencies, universities and the broader research community, and the private sector.
Impacts of previous collaborations can be seen in:
- the 2019–20 Impact and Engagement Statement with the University of New England
- the 2022 Impact and Engagement Statement with the University of New South Wales.
To find out more about partnering with us, send us an email: email@example.com.