We Are “The People People”
ASAP’s Mission is to support and connect climate adaptation professionals to advance innovation in the field of practice. ASAP is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization.
Adaptation professionals across North America are connecting on ASAP. See what people are saying about the benefits of being a member.
“ASAP helps me stay on top of the innovations in the adaptation field so I can tailor my knowledge to fit clients’ needs.”
“I joined ASAP to learn about the latest efforts in adaptation planning in other cities.”
“ASAP provides the quickest way for me to stay networked and keep up with the best adaptation science and practice.”
“ASAP connects me with emerging practice of planning and preparing for climate change, which is an urgent matter for all of us.”
“It’s people who create change. That’s why I am a member of ASAP.”
“The opportunity ASAP provides to meaningfully engage with thought leaders and practical experts in adaptation is unparalleled.”
Board of Directors
Sharing a common goal of climate resilience, the ASAP Board of Directors provides leadership to ASAP Affinity Groups and supports the primary vision of our platform: connecting and supporting people. The ASAP Board of Directors, together with the ASAP Executive Director ensure ASAP meets its US 501(c)3 Nonprofit obligations.
Members of the ASAP Board of Directors
Official Sponsors of ASAP
The American Society of Adaptation Professionals is supported by the Institute for Sustainable Communities with funding from the Kresge Foundation and the MacArthur Foundation.
Partners in Adaptation
ASAP develops key partnerships with content providers to engage our membership with the latest news, events and opportunities in climate adaptation. Together, we are closing the gaps through partnership with new and existing providers.
The nonpartisan Georgetown Climate Center seeks to advance effective climate, energy, and transportation policies in the United States – policies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help communities adapt to climate change.
Climate Access is a global network of climate and clean energy communicators, serving more than 2,000 members in 57 countries providing the knowledge that network practitioners need to take their communications to the next level.
The Forest Service’s Climate Change Resource Center (CCRC) connects land managers across the United States with current, relevant science that can be used in climate change adaptation planning and implementation.
We know we’re better together.