ONLINE EVENT: Find out how South Australia is using climate science to prepare for the effects of climate change.
No matter what you do, it’s always good to be prepared. And preparing for the impacts of climate change is no exception.
Climate change could affect what type of crops are grown and how we grow them. It could mean changing how we build our infrastructure and homes to withstand new climate conditions.
It may spur new industries and technology, as well as adapting and evolving how we do things now.
So what can we do to be more prepared?
It begins with understanding the science
Climate science shows us how the climate is changing, as well as how these changes will impact people’s everyday lives.
Climate scientists share this knowledge so we can build our understanding and find practical solutions to adapt to the impacts of climate change.
Adapting to the changing climate will help to ensure South Australia continues to thrive and prosper in the future.
It will help our environment, businesses and communities have the resilience to cope with the changes.
South Australia’s climate science resources
Providing high quality and accessible climate science is a key objective of the Climate Change Action Plan 2021-2025.
This action plan outlines practical measures that will address climate change that create jobs and growth, protect the environment and support community wellbeing.
If you want to know more, there’s a wealth of climate science resources available about the projected changes to South Australia’s climate as well as spatial information about key hazards like sea level rise.
Attend the 2021 Climate Science Update Webinar
Want to learn more? Sign up for the FREE online 2021 Climate Science Update Webinar and Q&A session on Wednesday 29 September at 11.30am (ACST) where you’ll learn about the latest climate science from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and what this means for South Australia.
Learn about the climate science tools and resources that are available to support decision-making and hear how leaders in business and the community are using climate science to effectively plan and adapt their practices.
The webinar is being hosted by the Premier’s Climate Change Council and Department for Environment and Water in support of the South Australian Government Climate Change Action Plan 2021 – 2025.
Register now via Eventbrite to secure your place.
Find out more about what South Australia is doing to address climate change by visiting the Department for Environment and Water’swebsite. Stay informed with the latest news by signing up forupdatesand followClimate Smart SAon Facebook.