The Terrestrial Biodiversity Network is aiming to significantly increase its interaction with local stakeholder groups eg.management agencies, policy makers and local government, in order to identify their specific research needs and major challenges to climate change adaptation for protecting the natural ecosystems within their jurisdiction.
To facilitate this process, the network will be running a national “roadshow” that will consist of a one day workshop in each of the network nodes across Australia. Each workshop will try to identify the most significant local research needs and challenges and help put these into a national context. These workshops will be held in all states and territories over the next 12 months. Please find an agenda for your regional node below.
|QLD||Brisbane - Ship Inn, Southbank||Tuesday, 14th September||Link|
|VIC||Melbourne - Rydges on Swanston||Tuesday, 5th October||Link|
|WA||Perth - Curtin University||Thursday, 11th November||Link|
|ACT||Canberra - CSIRO Discovery Centre||Wednesday, 8th December||Link|
|SA||Rydges, South Park on South Terrace||Tuesday, 8th February 2011||Link|
|NSW||Sydney - Maiden Theatre, Royal Botanic Gardens,||Monday, 9th May 2011||Link|
|TAS||Hobart - Domain Athletics Centre, Davies Avenue||Tuesday 7th June 2011||Link|
|NT||Darwin - CSIRO, 564 Vanderlin Drive, Berrimah||Wednesday, 25th May 2011||Link|
Who should come: management agencies, policy makers, NGO’s, government and any interested parties