Biodiversity Adaptation

Research Topics

Led by Climate Futures at Macquarie University, with support from CSIRO, the Biodiversity Node of the NSW Adaptation Research Hub focuses on increasing knowledge to support the management of biodiversity and ecosystems under climate change. It aimed to increase understanding of the capacity of species, ecosystems and landscapes to adapt to climate variance, identify refuges where species can survive extreme events and explore how integrated decision-making on local land-use can optimise outcomes for biodiversity.

64
researchers involved
in the Biodiversity
Node
7,421
plant species ecological
niches mapped
across NSW
200+
people trained in
climate ready
revegetation

The partners in this award-winning scientific research collaboration include:
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (formerly The Office of Environment and Heritage), Macquarie University, CSIRO, Taronga Zoo, The Royal Botanical Gardens & Domain Trust, Western Sydney University, James Cook University, university of New Brunswick, Department of Primary Industries, Imperial College London, University of Canberra, University of Sydney and the University of Queensland.