Welcome to the Resilience Planning Community of Practice; an Australian-based network of regional practitioners, academics and agency staff applying resilience-based, social-ecological system approaches to natural resource planning and management.

The RPCoP formed in 2012 to provide a forum for resilience practitioners to learn from each other, collaborate and innovate together.

The RPCoP interacts on a regular basis, operating as a learning-based network to foster best practice, leadership and innovation in social-ecological system planning.

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  • Earth, from space
  • Scuba diver in a coral reef
  • NSW estuary
  • Crooked Brook bushlands
  • A dusty Queensland barbed-wire fence

Elvis, the fire-fighting helicoptor.

What is a Community of Practice?

Communities of Practice are groups of people who share a passion for something that they do, and who interact regularly to learn how to do it better.

The purpose of a Community of Practice is to share knowledge and experience, learn collectively and collaborate on issues and achieve common outcomes.

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Member benefits

The Resilience Planning Community of Practice aims to build individual, organisation and collective capacity in resilience-based NRM planning.

The Community of Practice provides members with opportunities to:

  • Share knowledge and experience
  • Access collective expertise and discuss questions in a variety of forums
  • Improve skills and build capacity
  • Further understanding and improve resilience-based NRM planning processes
  • Explore other ongoing knowledge and skill needs as determined by members
  • Access and participate in research and practice processes