EIANZ recognised as a Climate Adaptation Champion

Published 12 July 2016

EIANZ was honoured to be acknowledged as a Climate Adaptation Champion by the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) for our Learning to Adapt program.

The Climate Adaptation Champions for 2015-16 were announced as part of the NCCARF CSIRO National Climate Adaptation Conference 2016 held in Adelaide last week. EIANZ was recognised in the Business Category.

Above: Liz Floyd (EIANZ NSW Division, Learning to Adapt Sub-committee) and Tom Davies (Chair, EIANZ Climate Change SiS) accepting the award

Learning to Adapt is EIANZ's climate change adaptation professional development program for established environmental professionals delivering practical, hands on skills and knowledge at the postgraduate level. Over the last 6 years it has had more than 400 participants and become a key contributor to the development of climate change skills in Australia.

This award is great validation of our efforts, and a humbling recognition from our peers and colleagues working in the sector.

Find out about the other 2015-16 Climate Change Adaptation Champions here →

Don’t miss out on the next delivery of our award winning program! Book now for the Sydney program of Learning to Adapt. Find out more here →

Above: The 2015-16 Climate Change Champions - Julie Fiedler, Horse Federation of South Australia (Community Champion), Vic McGrath, Torres Strait Regional Authority (Individual Champion), Liz Floyd and Tom Davies EIANZ, (Business Champion), Jean Palutikof, Director of NCCARF and Chris Royal, Sydney Trains (Government Champion)