Science to Practice Innovation Forum

Building the Foundations of Drought Resilience, June 29-July 1, 2021

The Science to Practice forum introduces a new era in drought resilience and innovation. It is a free event and a hybrid of in-person and online participation.

Experts in drought resilience will present from across Australia with question-and-answer sessions after presentations. Speakers include Bruce Pascoe, author of Dark Emu, and experts from the CSIRO, Bureau of Meteorology, the Antarctic Division, and agribusiness.

The Forum will also bring together, for the first-time, participants in eight new Drought Resilience and Innovation Hubs.

Through the hubs’ introductory presentations, they will begin to synthesise their research, development, extension, adoption and commercialisation (RDEA&C) intentions to begin informing their co-designed practice and policy.

Register to attend

Register here to take part in the Forum online, or below to attend your nearest Drought Resilience and Innovation Hub.

Register to attend in-person

To attend at one of the viewing locations please register in advance. In most cases this may be done at the door, but capacity limits will apply.


Download the program.

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Science to Practice Forum: Building the Foundations of Drought Resilience PDF 8 410 KB
Science to Practice Forum: Building the Foundations of Drought Resilience DOCX 8 1.0 MB

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Last reviewed: 28 June 2021
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