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C2IM is a University Research Centre at the The University of Newcastle established in April 2007. It is a strategic initiative building on the environmental research strengths of two existing research groups; The Environmental Engineering Research Group in the Faculty of Engineering and the  Environmental and Climate Change Research Group in the Faculty of Science.

Water availability in Australia controls national well-being and environmental health. The Centre for Climate Impact Management (C2IM) addresses the key issues of natural climate variability and climate change, and their impacts on water availability. This includes understanding the

  • magnitude of predicted climate change relative to natural variation,
  • environmental impact of climate change and variability, and
  • optimal management of our water resources.

This work will underpin a new generation of management and policy tools that explicitly assess, in a multi-criterion setting, the security of our urban and rural water supply systems.