Monsoonal North Social Resilience Handbook


The project reviewed the most up-to-date thinking on adaptation planning and resilience. In sum, social science conducted in the region highlights that only a small proportion of landholders are prepared for climate challenges. Those that are not sufficiently prepared risk experiencing significant social and economic impacts and will accelerate soil degradation processes, compromising the future productivity of the region.

This report has been generated jointly by NQ Dry Tropics Ltd., the Australian National University, Griffith University and the Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organisation for the purposes of reporting to the Commonwealth of Australia as part of the NRM Fund program.


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Report, Publication
160403 - Social and Cultural Geography, 040104 - Climate Change Processes
Geographic and Temporal Extents
Rangelands, Burdekin, Southern Gulf, Northern Territory, Northern Gulf
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Marshall, N.A., Capon, S., Curnock, M., Edgar, B., Race, D. & Scherl, L.M.
Marshall, N.A., Capon, S., Curnock, M., Edgar, B., Race, D. & Scherl, L.M. A handbook for enhancing social resilience in the Monsoonal North of Australia. CSIRO Land and Water, Townsville.
2015