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Climate Outreach Specialist

Engaging the private sector in financing adaptation to climate change: Learning from practice

The costs of adaptation to climate change in developing countries have been estimated to reach $70 - $100 billion per year between 2010 and 2050. Unlocking private finance can support public decision-makers facing constrained public budgets to achieve climate resilience by leveraging the ingenuity, skills, and financial resources of businesses and the larger financial sector. Moreover, the private sector itself is gradually becoming aware of the physical risks and opportunities arising from a changing climate.

Indiana Dunes Climate Change Adaptation Plan

The Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is one of the most floristically rich U.S. national parks, situated within a narrow band at the southern tip of Lake Michigan. Embedded within this unique national park is the Indiana Dunes State Park, which consists of 2,182 acres of similar primitive and exceptional landscape. A wide range of habitats and plant species are found in these parks, where a dune and swale succession progresses from the shore inland and habitats include abundant plant species, from boreal and prairie to Eastern deciduous forest.

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Protected Areas Ecologist (Aquatic/Marine)

The Alliance of Regional Collaboratives for Climate Adaptation (ARCCA), a coalition of the Local Government Commission, represents leading collaborative networks from across California that strive to build regional resilience to climate impacts. Our member regional collaboratives in total encompass 80% of the state’s population, with the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research serving as an ex-officio member.

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Climate Mitigation & Resiliency Manager
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Assistant Planner and Program Analyst
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Assistant Planner and Program Analyst

The agencies and offices of EEA are progressing toward a clean energy future, but our mission does not stop there. We preserve open space, species habitat, and working landscapes; enforce pollution laws to protect public health and natural resources; review the environmental impact of major real estate and infrastructure developments; enhance the state’s role in energy conservation and production; manage fish and wildlife; and provide opportunities for outdoor recreation and access at the parks, beaches, and farms that make Massachusetts a wonderful place to live, work and play.