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Member-Led Interest Groups

ASAP Member Led Interest Groups are member-led, virtual groups that are convened for the purpose of connecting ASAP members interested in discussing and advancing adaptation topics and seeking support from one another. They are organized along areas of members' interests and expertise. View our previous Member Led Interest Groups here.

To be added to the group distribution list, update your member profile on the ASAP website and check the [GROUP NAME] box under "Member Led Interest Groups & Member Advisory Groups". To get to your member profile, navigate to and click "member portal" in the top right. Once you log in you'll see a menu on the right-hand side which includes "update my profile".

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Private Sector Adaptation Professionals


Professional Opportunities in Adaptation

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Policy Practice


Convening Climate Collaborators


Funding and Finance

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ASAP Affiliated Groups

In Affiliated Groups, ASAP members take ideas and energy generated in previous Member-Led Interest Groups and convert them into opportunities for peer learning, connection, and capacity building within and outside the broader adaptation community. Learn more about current ASAP Affiliated Groups below and contact group leaders directly for more information.


Community Adaptation Learning Exchange




Network of Networks


Climate Migration and Managed Retreat Group


The ASAP Hubs Program shifts money and resources directly to ASAP members to connect and support adaptation professionals locally and regionally.

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Living list of Networks

to increase connectivity, exposure, and resource-sharing among collaboratives and other groups

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Community Events Fund

to support informal, local networking events organized by ASAP members

Preparing Communities to Receive Climate Migrants

We are connecting a group of adaptation professionals, applied researchers, and end users from across sectors and disciplines to establish the foundation for socially just and environmentally sound growth in climate receiving regions, beginning with the Great Lakes. Learn more about this work here.

Network Meeting

Thank you for attending the 2021 Network Meeting on September 13-15! ASAP is so grateful that we were able to connect with fellow members to celebrate the incredible accomplishments of our network and recharge together at the meeting. Looking for meeting recordings and resources? Find them here!