ASAP connects and supports climate adaptation professionals, while advancing innovation in the field of climate change adaptation. Through ASAP’s website, affinity groups, webinars and meetings climate adaptation leaders interact, share what’s working, collaborate with their colleagues and build essential climate resilience for communities across the country.
“I have over 10 years of experience working with a variety of organizations on domestic and international climate change science, policy, and strategy. I currently help support the ...”
Who We Are
We are adaptation professionals across the country from local government employees and natural resource managers to academics and environmental consultants who are helping their communities and organizations prepare for the impacts of climate change.
ASAP membership is a unique opportunity to connect, collaborate, and stay up-to-date in the rapidly changing field of climate change adaptation.
Connect with colleagues working on climate change adaptation in your region and across the country; in your sector and beyond.
Customize Your Profile
Select from over 20 interest topics to add to your member profile. ASAP uses these interests to curate, filter, and distribute content directly to your member digest and match you with other ASAP members.
Join with other professionals in affinity groups focused on critical topics in climate change resilience and adaptation. Post discussions, create and share events and shape and advancing the field of climate adaptation.
Get the Latest
Members receive a bi-weekly newsletter filled with adaptation news, events, and opportunities.
Be the first to know about new webinars on hot topics in climate change adaptation and connect in person with other members at regional and national events.
Join ASAP and Put Adaptation on the Map!
Missy Stults, PhD
ASAP Member, University of Michigan
“The opportunity ASAP provides to meaningfully engage with thought leaders and practical experts in adaptation is unparalleled.”
Sign-up now and join your peers in building climate resilience.