Sunshine Coast Climate Futures

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Lim-Camacho, Lilly; Ashworth, Peta; Webb, Leanne

Lim-Camacho, Lilly; Ashworth, Peta; Webb, Leanne


2012-11-01


Report


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Australia's climate is changing, and this change is expected to increase and continue well into the future. The exact changes cannot be known with absolute certainty, so we must prepare for a range of challenges and opportunities that the future may bring. As tourism operators, we are exposed to many changes and risks in our physical and economic environments. Coping with and adapting to these changes have become part of how our businesses are managed. As the climate brings new changes in the future, we are presented with new challenges and opportunities. By understanding, planning for and adapting to these changes, we are able to develop resilient businesses and a resilient tourism industry for the Sunshine Coast. This tool is developed to assist tourism operators in the Sunshine Coast to understand the range of impacts and opportunities that different climate futures may bring. Four climate future storylines have been developed to highlight the potential climate changes relevant to Sunshine Coast tourism and help you to identify a range of adaptation actions.


CSIRO


Climate Futures; Sunshine Coast; Climate Change; Tourism


Climate Change Processes


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https://doi.org/10.4225/08/584d94311c7e5


This report has been placed on the CSIRO repository and may be made available to persons outside of CSIRO for non commercial purposes, in its entirety and without deletion of disclaimers and copyright information.


EP127606


Technical Report (Author)


English


Lim-Camacho, Lilly; Ashworth, Peta; Webb, Leanne. Sunshine Coast Climate Futures. CSIRO; 2012. csiro:EP127606. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/584d94311c7e5



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