The current state of the environment is an international priority. This requires us to develop and implement solutions for its health, our wellbeing and to sustain our economy.
While there are a mutlitude of questions and unknowns surrounding the future of the Australian environment, the decisions we make now can define the environmental outlook for the forseeable future.
Adaptation to climate and environmental change is possible. Australia can mitigate agaisnt climate and environmental impacts by adapting what and how we farm, restoring and enhancing biodiversity and, focusing on where we take such actions within specific areas of the landscape.
Environment Institute member Professor Wayne Meyer discusses the landscape future and the importance of the decisions we make today.