TCAP 2012 Reports
The Tasmanian Coastal Adaptation Pathways Project (TCAP) is a joint initiative of the Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT), Tasmanian Climate Change Office (TCCO) and Tasmanian Planning Commission (TPC). The project was established with a $500,000 funding from the Australian Government’s Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (DCCEE) Coastal Adaptation Decision Pathways program. Project partners included LGAT, TCCO, TPC, Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research centre (ACECRC) and the University of Tasmania (UTAS) along with in-kind support from Clarence City Council, Break O’Day Council, Latrobe Council and Kingborough Council.
The TCAP project commenced in July 2011 and has recently concluded. The aim of this project is to significantly improve the ability of Tasmanian decision makers and communities to plan and respond to the likely impacts of climate change for coastal communities.
- Tasmanian Coastal Adaptation Pathways Project - Lauderdale Recommended Actions - May 2012(2069 kb)
- Investigation of Roches Beach Protection Works - WRL Technical Report 2012-09 - June 2012(3723 kb)
- Tasmanian Coastal Adaptation Decision Pathways Project: Inundation Control Works for the Lauderdale Area - June 2012(1337 kb)
- Models for Funding and Decision Making for Coastal Adaption Pathways - May 2012(1430 kb)
- Lauderdale environmental assets: assessment of climate change impact on coastal and marine areas - May 2012(8190 kb)
- Tasmanian Coastal Adaptation Pathways Project - Lauderdale Scenario Planning Summary - March 2012 (786 kb)
- TCAP Project Brochure (1883 kb)
- TCAP Pathway Scenario 1 (723 kb)
- TCAP Pathway Scenario 2 (631 kb)
- TCAP Pathway Scenario 3 (593 kb)
- TCAP Pathway Scenario 4 (666 kb)