The South East New South Wales Resilience Blueprint provides a roadmap that allows each of us, in our different roles, to navigate our own resilience journey. It recognises the diversity of lived experience, the knowledge and insights of those who call this region home.
The contribution of over 2,000 participants informs this comprehensive and coordinated framework that will guide our resilience efforts moving forward. The Canberra Regional Joint Organisation (CRJO) in partnership with local, state and Commonwealth governments and affiliates has worked across the region and its communities to understand the ways in which we will prepare for and adapt to a changing future.
The Resilience Blueprint provides the framework against which we can consider our current approaches to embracing and building on our existing levels of resilience, and how we can continue to grow and extend our efforts over time through a range of processes, including disaster risk reduction. The Resilience Blueprint and its priorities are opportunities that can be explored and taken forward by those with a role in contributing to resilience to embed its consideration as part of day-to-day processes, across everything we do. Different stakeholders can use the resilience directions that follow to filter those that are relevant to different roles, responsibilities, circumstances and needs.
This project is jointly funded by the Commonwealth and the New South Wales Government through grants awarded under the Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund and the Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund. Although funding for this product has been provided by both the Australian and NSW Governments, the material contained herein does not necessarily represent the views of either government.