|Helping to manage our changing coastlines|
Coastal Zone Management Pty Ltd (CZM) provides technical expertise and management consultancy for effective climate change adaptation.
Our passion and respect for the coast and the environment is what drives us to make a real difference. We are dedicated to helping our clients sustainably manage change of global coastlines and inland areas.
CZM provide an elite team of highly experienced professionals who specialise in:
Projects range from local-scale projects such as adaptation planning for WA Local Governments to providing global analysis for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Based in Perth Western Australia, we work with clients nationally, in the Asia-Pacific region and around the globe to provide an outstanding level of service to our clients and the community.
As well as coastal projects, our work has also diversified into inland and wetland areas around Australia and internationally. We are committed to increasing capacity to help us all deal with impacts driven by climate change.
CZM is also the coastal climate change arm of AdaptiveFutures. AdaptiveFutures was established in 2011 to support adaptive journeys in areas beyond the coastal zone.
The team at AdaptiveFutures offers niche consulting services to help clients proactively manage climate change risks and develop effective adaptation strategies. We offer services to help clients think about adaptation, be adaptive and monitor adaptation.
Featured Case Study
CZM were professional, flexible and innovative in their approach and were patient and understanding of Council considerations, processes and procedures. The City now has a practical and Mandurah-specific action plan to adapt to coastal climate change impacts.
Senior Climate Change Officer, City of Mandurah
The Mandurah City Council endorsed the Coastal Zone Climate Change Risk Assessment and Adaptation Plan 2009 on Tuesday 27 April 2010. Coastal Zone Management worked together with the Mandurah City Council in conducting the assessment, which included both strategic and site-specific climate change risks and adaptation actions...more