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United States
38° 30' 29.952" N, 119° 59' 11.6088" W
US

Project Summary

The Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Strategies for Focal Resources of the Sierra Nevada project, a joint effort between EcoAdapt and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS), assessed the vulnerability of Sierra Nevada resources to both climate and non-climate stressors and developed adaptation strategies designed to reduce resource vulnerability and/or enhance resource resilience.

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Madison Town Campus
8 Campus Drive
06443 Madison , CT
United States
41° 17' 44.232" N, 72° 34' 35.0328" W
Connecticut US
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Project Summary

The Madison Hazards and Community Resilience Workshops: Summary of Findings report is the culmination of an engagement process focused on comprehensively reducing risk and improving resilience in the Town of Madison, Connecticut through a community-driven process. This effort identified the top priority adaptation actions for the town derived through stakeholder consensus.

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94510 Benicia , CA
United States
38° 2' 57.714" N, 122° 9' 30.8808" W
California US

Project Summary

Benicia is a waterfront community in the San Francisco Bay Area. The city is home to a thriving arts community, beautiful weather and scenic vistas, a downtown full of charming boutiques and antique shops, and an industrial park and port that provide jobs to Benicia residents. However, all of this is threatened by the impacts of future climate change. Sea level rise, storm surge, and extreme temperatures are projected to increase significantly over the coming decades.

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Town of Guilford
31 Park Street
06437 Guilford , CT
United States
41° 16' 58.5264" N, 72° 40' 51.2508" W
Connecticut US

Project Summary

The Town of Guilford, Connecticut released its Community Coastal Resilience Plan in May 2014.

Location

Bridgeport Town Hall
999 broad street
06604 bridgeport , CT
United States
41° 10' 35.9184" N, 73° 11' 28.9284" W
Connecticut US

Project Summary

The Bridgeport Climate Preparedness Workshops: Summary of Findings report is the culmination of an engagement process focused on comprehensively reducing risk and improving resilience in the City of Bridgeport, Connecticut through a community-driven process. This effort identified the top priority adaptation actions for the city derived through stakeholder consensus.

Location

United States
41° 33' 14.706" N, 123° 25' 13.476" W
US

Project Summary

A workshop on coast redwoods and climate change was held in the fall of 2013. This workshop, put on by the Geos Institute, Environmental Protection Information Center (EPIC), Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) Humboldt Chapter, California Landscape Conservation Cooperative (CA LCC), and North Pacific LCC, was attended by a diverse group of regional experts, researchers, and managers from industry, agencies, universities, tribes, NGOs, and local communities. Workshop participants discussed the numerous stressors to redwoods ecosystems, including climate change.

Location

United States
40° 2' 33.6048" N, 74° 27' 0.8136" W
US

Project Summary

In 2010, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) selected five pilot teams from across the country to test a climate change vulnerability assessment model. This conceptual model guided transportation agencies through the process of collecting and integrating climate and asset data in order to identify critical vulnerabilities.

Location

United States
47° 15' 12.1788" N, 122° 31' 10.3116" W
US

Project Summary

In 2010, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) selected five pilot teams from across the country to test a climate change vulnerability assessment model. This conceptual model guided transportation agencies through the process of collecting and integrating climate and asset data in order to identify critical vulnerabilities.

Location

United States
21° 32' 42.8496" N, 158° 6' 54.8424" W
US

Project Summary

In 2010, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) selected five pilot teams from across the country to test a climate change vulnerability assessment model. This conceptual model guided transportation agencies through the process of collecting and integrating climate and asset data in order to identify critical vulnerabilities.

Location

United States
32° 45' 0.8496" N, 79° 54' 8.8668" W
US
Author Name(s): 
Blaik Keppler, Greg Hoffman, Sadie Drescher, April Turner, Katie Ellis

Project Summary

The Low Impact Development (LID) Manual for Coastal South Carolina project is supported by years of outreach and research led by the South Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserves (NERRS) and South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium. The project includes key leaders in the area that serve on the LID Manual Advisory Committee, and incorporates public trainings/meetings throughout the process. The final product will be a guidance document defined and vetted by end users.

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