Local Government Risk Register
Helping to identify risks that our local governments are facing from extreme weather and climate change hazards collectively and individually.
Owned and Operated by Climate Risk Pty Ltd.
Community Risk Register
Preparing local communities, community organisations and not for profit groups for the risks they could face from extreme weather hazards.
Owned by ACOSS, Operated by Climate Risk Pty Ltd.
The international Climate Risk Registers bring together a collection of identified risks in an online, catalogued and searchable format. Search by hazard or area of the organisation impacted.
Where available you can see what Climate Adaptation Actions have been associated by other users with these risks.
There are three Risk Registers available at this time.
Helping to identify risks that our local governments are facing from extreme weather and climate change hazards collectively and individually because Local Governments are on the front lines of climate adaptation and infrastructure resilience.
Preparing local communities, community organisations and not for profit groups for the risks they could face from extreme weather hazards. Disadvantaged people and marginalised people are amongst the most vulnerable and community organisations need to be able to function when extreme weather devastate local communities.
This is focused on water utilities around the world and the risks that they face from extreme weather hazards and climate change. Critical infrastructure owners need to be aware of their risks to best plan for the future. This register compiles known risks and adaptation actions form around the world – and if there is a new one, let us know!
The Adaptation Register collates international and national adaptation strategies across all three of the risk register sectors to provide one repository for multiple sources of adaptation.
Our international climate adaptation registers catalogue hundreds of climate adaptation registers identified in reports, journals, academic literature, and published by leading organisations in each sector.
Every adaptation action is catalogued in terms of the climate driver, the area of an organisation that would implement that adaptation and the nature of the action e.g. vulnerability reduction, risk management, exposure reduction etc.
The adaptation register helps the climate professional to be aware of quickly access known adaptation actions to deal with prevalent risks and to share new adaptation actions with the community of users.