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Regional Catchment Strategy 2013-2019

Evaluating and adapting through social-ecological systems

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As described in earlier chapters, six SESs will become the focus for implementing the RCS and sub-strategies. The process for evaluating and adapting approaches through these SESs will be part of SES planning.

The content and limits of SES planning will be determined as part of RCS implementation, involving extensive community and agency consultation, which will impact significantly on evaluation and adaptation processes.

Strategic priority: Plan at a social-ecological system scale (from Chapter 2).

Management measure: Review sub-strategies' 20 to 30-year objectives using knowledge on thresholds and establish threshold objectives based on the six social-ecological-systems.

Management measure: Include evaluation and adaptation processes in SES planning.