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Planning for future flood riskPlanning for future flood risks with our community
Showcases the community engagement process with Lake Macquarie residents looking at how Council should communicate on the risk of future flooding and sea level rise
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Local council planners share their stories about how the Adapt NSW portal can help them understand the changing climate in their region and enable them to plan for the future.
Adapt NSW: Regional climate chAdapt NSW: Regional climate change information for NSW
Scientists from the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage have partnered with researchers from the University of NSW Climate Change Research Centre to provide the best available climate change information for NSW out to 2030 and 2070. This information has been modelled at a 10km regional scale relevant for businesses, local councils and the community to help them adapt to climate change.
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