Biodiversity and Climate Change roadshow - Queanbeyan & Wagga

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31 Oct 2018 - 9:00am
1 Nov 2018 - 9:00am
How can we conserve species from the impacts of climate change?
Do you know how to find and use available climate information to support adaptation planning for species and ecosystems in your local region? Would you like to learn about the new methods and web tools delivered from the NSW Biodiversity Adaptation Research Node, to support adaptation planning for biodiversity?
Join us for a day of tailored training with leading climate adaptation researchers and practitioners from across NSW. These events are free but registration is essential! Register here.

The information in the session will suit academics, natural resource managers, decision-makers, scientists and conservation practitioners at all levels, from senior leaders to early career professionals.
- Presentations from leading Australian ecological & climate researchers
- Case studies & demonstrations
- Explore interactive adaptation web tools
- Ask questions, engage in discussion & connect with other adaptation researchers & practitioners
The Biodiversity & Climate Change Roadshow is a joint initiative of Macquarie University and the Climate Change Adaptation team from the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage.
This is a free event. Get in quick, registrations will fill up fast as there is limited seating availability.
More information
Victoria Graham (Executive Officer, Biodiversity Node)
T: 02 9850 6298