Virtual Hub for Climate Change Innovation


Join the Virtual Hub for Climate Change Innovation as a member.  

  • Go to the Join page, fill in your details, and click Create new account 

A message will confirm your account creation request:

You will receive an email from the site administrator ( once your account has been approved.

This could take up to 1 day. Check your junk or spam folder if you do not receive it. The subject should read – Account details for ‘Your Name’ at Virtual Hub for Climate Change Innovation.


Feel free to browse the Knowledge Hub collection while you wait. 


When you receive your email...

You will be prompted to update your Profile. 

  • Fill in the information and add a photo. 

It could take a few hours for the website to update and your profile to become visible.

If you have any issues with the join process contact the site administrator at


Contact a Member 

Contacting members is only available to other members (when logged in). Being a member is free and you can sign up on the Join page (see above). 

  • Log In 
  • Go to Network Hub 
  • Find the person you want to contact 
  • Click on their profile 
  • Write your message in the Contact Me box and click on Send Message.
  • You will receive this notice to confirm your message has been sent:


Browse the Knowledge Hub

You have access to a wide range of curated resources through the Knowledge Hub. You can search though the collection by: 

  • creator/contributor,  
  • resource type,  
  • publisher,  
  • date published,  
  • subject and 
  • keyword.  

You can find links to other relevant information and knowledge hubs on Connections.

More resources will be added regularly by APO. If you have any resources you think would be good additions, please submit them via the Add a Resource tab.


Browse the Project Hub

As part of the Virtual Centre for Climate Change Innovation the Victorian Government provided $4.3 million to support Victorian organisations to lead the development of innovative solutions to the challenges of climate change. 24 projects were funded across regional Victoria, Melbourne and surrounding areas to be led by Victorian universities, businesses, community groups, local government, and not-for-profit organisations.

The grants program was designed to:

  • foster action, innovation and collaboration between businesses, industry, researchers and government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change; and
  • drive greater investment into high impact innovations that will enable our communities, environment and businesses to be prosperous in the face of climate change.

You can read about these 24 projects on the Project Hub


Add a Resource 

If you have resources that you think would be good additions to the Virtual Hub for Climate Change Innovation collection, you can suggest these using the Add a Resource page. This is only available to members (when logged in).

Please note that resources must be open access and comply with APO moderation guidelines. Please do not send subscription or sign-up limited resources. 

Anyone can submit a resource. When members submit a resource while logged in they will (receive an email confirmation of their submission and will be notified when the resource is live. If you submit a resource while not logged in, you will not receive any email confirmation or updates in relation to said resource.) It may take up to a day for your resource to become live. If you do not see it after this time – it’s possible that the resource didn’t meet the APO moderation guidelines