Dealing with the uncertainty of short-term climate variability and long-term climate change is already presenting significant challenges for landholders, townspeople, emergency services and the environment across NSW.
The changing climate is one of the biggest challenges confronting the sustainability of production and the natural resource base.
Local Land Services will work with landholders to address some key issues in climate change including:
- working to improve understanding climate variability and climate change
- lessen the effects of climate change
- improve our capacity to adapt where necessary.
Industry collaborators and resources
NSW Department of Primary Industries
LLS work closely with DPI to provide up to date technical advice and support.
NSW Office of Water
The NSW Office of Water in DPI is responsible for the management of the State's surface water and groundwater resources.
NSW Office of Environment and Heritage
The Office of Environment and Heritage works to protect and conserve the NSW environment, including the natural environment, Aboriginal country, culture and heritage and our built heritage, and manages NSW national parks and reserves.
Natural Resources Commission
The Natural Resources Commission provides the NSW Government with independent advice on managing natural resources.
Department of the Environment (Commonwealth)
The Department of the Environment is responsible for all federal matters pertaining to the environment.