Managing climate risks in the community sector

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Future droughts, floods, bushfires and heatwaves brought on by climate change will affect Victorians facing disadvantage the most severely. Rod Keenan and Hartmut Fuenfgeld
discuss how the community sector and government can prepare to help those who will need it most.

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Dr Hartmut Fuenfgeld is Acting Director of the Centre for Urban Research at the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies at RMIT University.

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