CAKE IS UPGRADING! We're making major "back-end" updates to improve performance and prepare for exciting new features we'll be rolling out in the coming months.
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Connect with CAKE

Click on the links below to find additional ways to connect with CAKE’s team of adaptation experts:

  • Founding Organizations
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  • Sponsors

Testimonial

In confusing times we need all the help we can get - CAKE provides a really helpful doorway into a world where people are looking for and trying out answers to our current dilemmas about what to do about adapting to climate...(more)

Australian Laureate Fellow, School of Plant Biology, The University of Western Australia

CAKE is the home of the critical thinking and indepth knowledge needed to guide wildland conservation strategies for the next 100 years.

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Sierra Club Alaska and Northwest Resilient Habitats Program Manager

Pardon the pun, but it’s a piece of cake to use CAKE. I typed in several key words on a recent research topic and immediately had case studies, colleague contacts, and bibliographic information. CAKE lets its users efficiently...(more)

Climate Change philanthropist and former Nature Conservancy staffer

It is critical that we understand the vulnerabilities of our local natural and human systems, and develop effective and efficient strategies and actions to increase the resiliency of priority systems. The tools needed are...(more)

Associate, Environmental Incentives, LLC

In The Little Prince, the fox tells the prince that he must never forget that “you remain responsible, forever, for what you have tamed.” In a similar way, we are now responsible, forever, for the countless species...(more)

Former Chair, U.S. Council on Environmental Quality

Finally we have a resource to help us adapt to climate change. There is no sense in denial. We cannot rely upon mitigation. We need to help species and communities adapt now before it is too late.

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Davis-Shine Professor of Conservation Biology, University of Central Florida