Evidence over the last decade has shown that ecological change in response to climate change is likely to be unavoidable, widespread and substantial.
As a result, some of our approaches to biodiversity conservation may need to change – including not just the actions we take now but also the overarching goals of what we aim to achieve.
Here we present the second part of the story of bringing biodiversity and climate change into NRM planning. Helping Biodiversity Adapt supports the strategic and implementation phases of planning, including discussion of climate-ready goals for biodiversity conservation and potential options to achieve them.
What to expect
This Module of the National NRM Impacts and Adaptation project suggests new approaches to biodiversity…> Learn more
New principles and approaches
We will need new principles to guide biodiversity conservation given the pressure for biodiversity to…> Learn more
The Biodiversity Adaptation Toolbox
New or revised strategic goals and actions will be needed to align with new principles…> Learn more
Measures for helping biodiversity adapt
We introduce new measures to inform the design of adaptation options. Using the community-level modelling…> Learn more
Practical examples of embracing new principles, deciding on new or revised strategic goals, and planning new…> Learn more
Helping Biodiversity Adapt campus
In this section we provide a summary of the resources used in the Helping Biodiversity…> Learn more