Juvenile Scalyfin. Photo: John Gaskell

Juvenile Scalyfin. Photo: John Gaskell


Climate change and its impacts on nature are with us now. But that doesn't mean we can't do something about it.

That's why we've launched VicNature2050, a project to draw together scientists, environmentalists and government agencies to explore ways we can protect Victoria's natural environment from the coming impacts of climate change.

By working together and focusing on what we can do rather than what we can't do Victorians can protect their incredible natural assets for future generations to enjoy, rather than seeing them lost to the impacts of climate change.

Sign-up below and we'll keep you up-to-date with real ways in which you can get involved and help prepare the natural world for the impacts of climate change.

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required

For more information about VicNature2050 project contact the Victorian National Parks Association:

Email: vicnature2050@vnpa.org.au
Address: Level 3 60 Leicester Street Carlton Vic 3053

If you’d like to source further climate prediction information visit the Climate Change Australia website.