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Philip Wallis

Guide

Local climate change adaptation planning: a guide for government policy and decision makers in Victoria

This guide can support all levels of government, irrespective of sector, in working out how climate change impacts may affect their respective services and programs, and how to best prepare for and respond to current and future climatic changes
Case study

Implementing climate change adaptation in the Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership

Five CSOs and PCPs participated in the tools-testing phase of the project. The Grampians and Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership was one of the five organisations which aimed to gain a better understanding of how identified climate change adaptation needs can best be responded to using...
Literature review

Climate change adaptation in the primary health and community welfare sectors in Victoria

This report is a major research output of a project entitled ‘Implementing tools to increase adaptive capacity in the community and natural resource management sectors’, funded by the Victorian Government through the Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research (VCCCAR). The project consists of several...
Literature review

Climate change adaptation in the natural resource management sector

This report is a major output of a research project entitled ‘Implementing tools to increase adaptive capacity in the community and natural resource management sectors’; funded by the Victorian Government through the Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research (VCCCAR). The project consists of several...
Report

Facilitating adaptation: lessons learnt from engaging and supporting the primary health and community services sector in climate change adaptation

The Implementing Adaptation project produced an extensive review of relevant literature on the impacts of climate change on the primary health and community services sector. The review found that the impacts of climate change for primary health care and community welfare sectors will mainly be...