Victorian Regional Catchment Strategy
In recognition of the inter-connectedness between people and nature, for the past 25 years Victoria’s 10 Catchment Management Authorities have each led development of a Regional Catchment Strategy for their region.
The strategies are required by the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994. They bring government, organisations and communities together and guide their collective efforts to protect and improve the health of the land, water and biodiversity resources that are vital for vibrant, prosperous and sustainable communities and environments.
Climate Ready Natural Resource Management Planning in Victoria
The NRM Climate website provides regional natural resource management planning for climate change information developed by each of the ten Catchment Management Authorities across Victoria.
Information includes regional climate change projections, potential impacts of climate change on natural resources, priority areas for climate change adaptation, carbon sequestration and management opportunities.