The network is organised into bioregional nodes, each capable of engaging broadly within their region/state. The network is hosted at Townsville (James Cook University), and the major nodes are at:
Linking Climate Change Initiatives
The network is inclusive across all sectors and continues to actively recruit membership. A stakeholder liaison group will ensure that stakeholder groups have input into all network activities. Finally, this network links a number of other major initiatives and other external networks relevant to climate change impacts on terrestrial biodiversity including:
- two Australian Research Council networks of direct and significant relevance (Earth System Science and Vegetation Function),
- two major Commonwealth Environmantal Research Facility hubs both with extensive climate change research agendas (Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility and Applied Enviornmental Decision Analysis),
- CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship Program.
- Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts Biodiversity group.
- State Agencies, including: New South Wales: Department of Environment and Climate Change, Queensland: Environmental Protection Agency, South Australia: Department for Environment and Heritage, Northern Territory: Department of Natural Resources, Environment, The Arts and Sport, Forestry Tasmania, Victoria: Department of Sustainability and Environment.
- Major Non-Governmental Organisations, including: World Wildlife Fund and the Australian Wildlife Conservancy and the Earthwatch Institute.
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