Resources for Strategies for Building Rural Climate Resilience and Workforce Capacity

About the American Society of Adaptation Professionals

About ASAP’s AmeriCorps Planning Grant

Participant Agenda

Opening Plenary Video Recording

Community-Defined Resilience Needs (Track One)

Jamboard for Plenary Conversation
Track Jamboard

Developing the Climate Resilience Workforce (Track Two)

Video Recording
Draft Occupational Profile

Programming Options for Catalyzing Implementation of Climate Resilience Work (Track Four)

Video Recording
Jamboard for Track 4 Plenary Conversation
Jamboard for Track 4: Group 1
Jamboard for Track 4: Group 2

Participant Resources
Community Co-Design Booklet
Equity in the Built Environment
Every job is a climate job with Project Drawdown Podcast
Regional Climate Hubs
USGS CASC Network and Regional Hubs
Community Energy Planning: Best Practices and Lessons Learned in NREL’s Work with Communities
FAU Pine Jog Environmental Education Center

A big thanks to the host of speakers who dedicated time to contributing to the convening and for using their work to help advance professional learning in climate adaptation!

Join the Rural Climate Resilience and Workforce Development Working Group! We are recruiting individuals to join the working group and support program development for the AmeriCorps planning grant. By joining this group, you will collaborate on developing resources for the grant and for the ASAP Network related to workforce development, capacity building, funding and finance, community-defined needs, and rural climate resilience over the next five months.

If you are interested, please submit THIS FORM by Monday, October 17th.

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