Strategic regional planning to build resilient landscapes & communities
Resilience thinking offers an approach to environmental management that makes it possible to identify undesirable states in the landscape and determine landscape thresholds. Understanding this concept and how it can be applied at a regional level will enable landscapes and communities to absorb disturbance and maintain environmental, social and economic development.
NRM Planning for Resilience will bring together key players currently developing regional plans and policies to support climate change adaptation and sustainable regional development. Delegates will examine the linkages and competing demands across social, economic and environmental drivers.
Featuring leading expertise from:
Dr Sarah Ryan, Chair, ACT NRM Council
Robyn Fleming, First Assistant Secretary, North West & Local Government Division, Department of Regional Australia, Regional Development, Local Government, Arts & Sport
Richard Pearson, Deputy Director General, Development Assessment & Systems Performance, Department of Planning & Infrastructure, NSW
Dr John Keniry, Commissioner, Natural Resources Commission
Carolyn Raine, General Manager, Central West CMA, NSW
Plus many more!
For the full speaker line-up and conference agenda visit: http://nrmoutcomes.com/agenda/
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