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Climate-Smart Adaptive Resilience and Engagement for Animal Evacuation, being the Project described in the Project Plan

Project Member(s): Stewart, M.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Grants Program)

Start year: 2022

Summary: University of Newcastle and UTS will work collaboratively with Hunter Local land Services agricultural producers, and key groups that underpins Hunter region's economies and communities by delivering locally appropriate programs, and communication and awareness campaign to enable the adoption of sustainable and innovative practices and improve community connections to build productive resilient communities. Using a co-creation approach, innovative cost-effective resilience technical solutions will be developed for upgrading and extending Animal sheltering facilities and collates logistical data requirements to better protect wider regional agricultural Sector, and vulnerable communities, enabling them to thrive in the disasters events

FOR Codes: Structural engineering , Civil construction planning, Natural hazards