The American Society of Adaptation Professionals is pleased to have hosted this webinar on Wednesday Aug. 5th, 2015. The webinar provided a sneak peak at the new ASAP Portal on the Georgetown Climate Center’s Adaptation Clearinghouse.
Posts By: ASAP Admin
The American Society of Adaptation Professionals is pleased to have hosted this webinar on Thursday, July 23rd, 2015. The webinar focuses on the great work that Baltimore City has been doing to build climate resilience through their All Hazards Plan and the development and execution of their Disaster Preparedness Project and Plan (DP3). Listen in and hear a bit about the “special sauce” that makes this recipe for building resilience a success.
The July/Aug 2015 issue of Green Sheets thanks to Rob Kelly.
View snapshots for the 2017 Prize for Progress winner and runner up.
The American Society of Adaptation Professionals is pleased to have hosted this webinar on Wed, Aug 6, 2014. The webinar focuses on a recently completed research project funded by the Kresge Foundation to analyze the types of adaptation related resources and services available to support local climate adaptation/resilience initiatives and how these resources align with the needs of local practitioners.
The American Society of Adaptation Professionals webinar series was started in exquisite fashion with this webinar by Dr. Susanne (Susi) Moser on January 16th, 2014. Dr. Moser uses a recent research project working with coastal practitioners in Washington, Oregon, and California, to discuss and share insights into some of the most pressing questions in the field of adaptation. What does success look like in this rapidly changing field? How do we are making progress? These are non-trivial questions when it comes to a multi-dimentional and multi-faceted issue like climate change adaptation. Check out the webinar to see the conclusions.
Join ASAP and Katie Walsh for a uniquely detailed view of the recent Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) Protecting our Capital report. Kate Walsh is an active ASAP member and current CDP employee. She discusses the CDP’s Cities Open Data platform which provides cities with targets, emissions, activities and resiliency strategies. CDP voluntary reporting of climate risks and adaptation strategies grew from 110 cities in 2013 to over 200 in 2014. This webinar provides a glimpse at the available data on risks and actions as reported by both cities and corporations.