The Australian Government provides national climate science information to help manage climate and disaster risks.
We continue to develop world-class climate science risk services and tools. This work helps Australians adapt to climate change and build resilience.
The Australian Climate Service
With world-leading climate science as the foundation, the Australian Government is ensuring Australians have the information they need to reduce risks and seize opportunities. The Australian Climate Service is a $210 million investment to bring together Australia’s world-leading expertise and information to help local communities build resilience to climate change. It is guided by the Government’s Royal Commission on National Natural Disaster Arrangements.
The Australian Government established the Service in 2021 as a partnership between the:
The Australian Climate Service supports the National Emergency Management Agency.
Find out more about the Service.
Climate Services for Agriculture program
The Climate Services for Agriculture program helps Australian agriculture plan for the impacts of future droughts and other climate risks.
Find out more about the program.
Drought Resilience Self-Assessment Tool
The Drought Resilience Self-Assessment Tool (DR.SAT) is a free tool that enables farmers to assess their resilience against climate change including drought and other climate risks.
Climate Change Projections
The Climate Change in Australia website provides a comprehensive set of climate projections for Australia. Localised projections have been produced for some areas of Australia by state agencies.
Natural Resource Management Planning
The Impacts and Adaptation Information for Australia’s NRM Regions section of the Climate Change in Australia website provides projections to help NRM groups in each region understand and manage the impacts of climate change.
AdaptNRM (produced by CSIRO and the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility) was developed to take national-level adaptation approaches and information sources and make them accessible and relevant for regional planning.
- Australia’s climate change strategies
- Climate adaptation
- Climate science
- International adaptation
- Adapting Australia's unique environment to climate change
- Nature-based solutions for climate
- Ocean Sustainability and Climate Change
- Climate change and the agricultural sector
- Adapting to climate change publications and resources