National Resource Management North




Stakeholder engagement strategy helps to inform Tasmanian climate change reviews.

Every five years, Tasmania’s national resource management bodies review their regional strategies. They consider climate change mitigation and adaptation, as well as their response to the uncertainty surrounding climate change impacts.

Working with National Resource Management North, we prepared a consultation program for state-wide government agencies and organisations to help with this review.

An important part of this project included our team developing consultation methods that aligned with the revised structure of National Resource Management’s regional plans. This structure focuses on five different landscapes:

  1. natural
  2. coastal and marine
  3. productive
  4. lifestyle, and
  5. urban.

Our stakeholder engagement strategy:

  • considered climate change adaptation strategies
  • developed links between National Resource Management’s regional planning process and both state and local government planning mechanisms, and
  • updated existing regional Natural Resource Management strategies.
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