ALCA submission on Australia’s science and research priorities

ALCA recommends that the Government adopt “Environmental and Community Resilience” as one of its national science and research priorities, with the aim of building Australia’s capacity – especially its community-level capacity – to respond to the interconnected crises of climate change and biodiversity decline.
ALCA submission on Australia’s science and research priorities
ALCA recommends that the Government adopt “Environmental and Community Resilience” as one of its national science and research priorities, with the aim of building Australia’s capacity – especially its community-level capacity – to respond to the interconnected crises of climate change and biodiversity decline. 

This may include, for example, the use of nature-based solutions for climate change mitigation and adaptation, and how communities can be mobilised to co-design and deliver such projects.
 

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