The south-western corner of NSW, including the urban centres of Wagga Wagga, Albury and Griffith, was examined in the Riverina Murray Integrated Regional Vulnerability Assessment (IRVA).
Eight workshops, covering human services, landscapes and ecosystems, industries, settlements and infrastructure, and emergency management were held with regional officers and decision-makers, whose local knowledge provided the basis for the collaborative planning outlined in the resulting two reports:
- Riverina Murray IRVA Vol. 1 (PDF 1 MB) outlines the process for identifying regional climate-change vulnerabilities across different sectors and canvasses action to reduce them through a coordinated response.
- Riverina Murray IRVA Vol. 2 (PDF 783 KB) presents the detailed results of the eight workshops.
For further information on the Riverina Murray IRVA process, contact adapt.NSW@environment.nsw.gov.au.