Congratulations to 2018 California Regional Adaptation Leadership Award honorees Tiffany Wise-West, Andrew Gunther, and Nicola Hedge! Thank you for your contributions and leadership in the field of climate adaptation.
ASAP members are invited to participate in a rapid review of the (1) best practices, (2) needs, (3) and existing resources across the climate adaptation field in the United States. We are preparing the initial review of resources and insights on best practices and needs ahead of the National Adaptation Forum. During the Forum we will provide an opportunity to further refine the resource lists and identify best practices and needs. We hope that you will participate in this review in one or all of the following manners:
ecoAmerica has developed market-tested messages about climate change solutions to engage Americans across political and demographic groups. This climate messaging platform employs research methods to test specific words, phrases, and narratives that link climate change to mainstream American values and concerns. ecoAmerica also created several thematic messages to tap into personal interests and affiliations including: Health, Faith, Business, Communities, and Higher Education.
Six years after Maryland implemented ambitious targets for reducing energy use, George Mason University surveyed residents on their opinions towards renewable energy and got a big thumbs up for renewable power.
‘The responsibility of the Department of Defense is the security of our country’ and the DoD is very aware of the fact that the threat of climate change will impact the way they do things and the stability of their systems and processes.
A tip sheet with “message bytes” that can be used to communicate about climate impacts that commonly occur in spring, summer, winter and fall.
The clean energy transition is well underway and continuing to gather more momentum each year as more wind, solar, wave, geothermal and tidal energy is installed.