Narelle Martin, Director of Regional Change Agency, has presented papers at conferences and workshops in, Australia, Canada and the United States.

Examples of major presentations include:

Narelle Martin, 'Trying Something Else: Local Government Climate Change Mentor Pilot in Victoria', Australian Regional Development Conference, Canberra, ACT, 5-6 September 2016.

Narelle Martin, 'Local Government Climate Change Mentors pilot initiative 2014-2016' Sustainability in Public Works Conference, Melbourne, Victoria. 24-26 August 2016.

Narelle Martin, 'Working at the pointy end: Local Government and climate change", 2013 NCCARF National Adaptation Conference, Sydney, NSW, 25-27 June 2013.

Narelle Martin, ‘Municipalities and Catchment Management: Underestimated Players?’ Australian Water Association Catchment Management Conference, Wangaratta, Victoria. 22-23 August 2011.

Narelle Martin, ‘Watershed Management in the Murray Darling Basin, Australia.’ The Third International Conference of Sustainable Agriculture for Food Energy and Industry, St. Catharines, Canada. August 22-27, 2005.

Narelle Martin, ‘How does the Wine Industry Grow? Reducing Environmental Risk’, British Columbia Wine Institute 2005 Enology and Viticulture Conference, Penticton, Canada. July 25-26, 2005.

Narelle Martin, ‘Municipalities and Catchment Management: Underestimated Players?’, American Water Works Association, 124th Annual Conference and Exposition, San Francisco, United States of America, June 12-16, 2005.

Narelle Martin, ‘Developing Environmental Excellence in a Growing Industry. The Canadian Experience’, South Australian Wine Industry Association, 3rd Australian Wine Industry Environment Conference, From Local to Global, Adelaide, Australia, February 2-3, 2005. (Keynote speaker).

Narelle Martin, ‘Municipalities and Watersheds’, Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Sustainable Communities: You decide, Ottawa, Ontario, February 4-7, 2004

Narelle Martin, ‘Watershed Management in the Murray Darling Basin, Australia.’ Watershed Management Council, Watersheds across Boundaries, Stevenson, Washington USA, November 3-6, 2002

Narelle Martin, ‘Corporatisation as a means of improving water quality. The experience in Victoria, Australia.’ The First International Conference on Water and Health, Ottawa, 22- 25 September 2002.

Session Chair and Moderator, 'Stopping Air and Global Warming Pollution at the Source' at Global Cities 21 ICLEI World Congress of Local Government, Dessau, Germany, 28 June -1 July 2000.

Narelle Martin, 'Landcare in Australia: A model for changing land management', Thinking outside the Box. Sustaining Agriculture in the 21st Century: Thinking outside the Box, North American Chapter International Farming Systems Association, Guelph, Ontario, Canada October 20-23, 1999.

The following article recently came out from the Fifth Estate, which arose from discussions I had with the editor in Melbourne at the Eco-cities Conference. The focus is on my views about regions and opportunities around climate change and resilience. I also gave a plug to the renewable activities in this part of the world. 

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