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Research out of food business incubator, Foodlab Sydney founded with City of Sydney, TAFE NSW and Foodlab Detroit has demonstrated improved capacity of its participants to develop and maintain successful business ventures or employment within the food industry contributing to an enhanced local ecosystem of “good food” based businesses and increased food security in the local government area and beyond.
Funded by the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources and in partnership with Shoalhaven City Council this project engages with local communities to inform the creation of resilient processes for the protection of both wild and domestic animals in in the face of future catastrophic fires and other climate events.
Working with leading youth mental health organisation, headspace, SEI's Collaborative Research Fellows Associate Professor Paul Rhodes and Dr Jamie Dunk are developing a set of written, video and seminar-based resources for clinicians responding to climate distress in Australian youth.
Working with partner organisations in the Northern Rivers, Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury regions, this newly funded project will examine the community groups who coordinated information, labour, and funding in response to the devastating 2022 NSW floods.