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Building adaptive capacity to increase resilience

Understanding future climate risk is incredibly complex. Frequent and extreme weather events mean we need to build our adaptive capacity to help communities, governments and businesses to plan, invest, respond and recover. Let’s make sense of uncertainty and take confident action.

The climate is changing in fast, complex ways – resulting in an increasing frequency and intensity of extreme weather events with changing distribution across the country. Each episode puts intense pressure on communities, land, organisations, natural systems and governments. 

Responding when disasters strike is challenging. Resilience to climate change is more than infrastructure planning and disaster recovery. Governments and organisations need to invest now to reduce losses later, through better community engagement, risk information, and capacity building.

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