Great Lakes Adaptation Assessment for Cities

Overview

Through the support the University of Michigan Graham Sustainability Institute and the Kresge Foundation, and in collaboration with Great Lakes Integrated Sciences + Assessments (GLISA), the goal of GLAA-C is to bring together researchers and practitioners to develop actionable climate adaptation programs for cities in the Great Lakes region. GLAA-C works with cities in the Great Lakes region to develop and implement climate adaptation strategies in these cities. The work of GLAA-C is supported by six University of Michigan faculty members whose backgrounds include public health, public policy, governance, urban planning, and climate science. By incorporating research from all of these fields into climate adaptation solutions for cities, GLAA-C aims to create replicable programs to tackle the interconnected challenges which climate change presents.

Adaptation work

For cities to develop and implement effective climate adaptation policies, they require a wide range of scientific, social, and policy information. This project engaged experts from diverse fields to:

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Scale
Regional / Subnational

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